I want to fix my puncture with super glue, can I use it ? I do not have any glue left in my puncture outfit so can I use ordinary super glue?
It won't work very well at all. Superglue, unlike rubber glued with rubber cement, doesn't stretch. It will probably open up again as soon as you inflate the tyre. If it holds at first, it's likely to let you down soon.
If you're absolutely desperate it might be worth a try, especially if the tube doesn't have to expand much to fit the tyre, but only to get you home or to the bike shop. And it's risky - the tyre could go down quickly when you don't want it to. You'd probably have to replace the tube after that as a proper patch wouldn't stick to the dried superglue.
Among household glues, evostick or a similar contact adhesive (that's used in the same way as patch cement) would be a better bet, but would still probably write off the tube
I have used super glue to repair hundreds of simple punctures where the hole is small. I am a hard core roadie, cross country tourer, and raced mountain bikes, and won, for years as well. The trick to super glue is, for starters you can only use the the thin type, no gel. Locate the hole exactly. Put a tiny drop of glue right on over the hole. Then press up really hard with you fingers from under the tube so the rubber where the hole is stretches. That causes the hole to become larger and sucks glue into the hole. This really works. I have ridden thousands of miles in all conditions and have never had this kind of fix fail.