How Is Sealant Not Stopping You?



Tyre sealant is commonly fiber-filled liquid that coats the interior of the tyre. It becomes every rider’s liberator by allowing them to cope with flat tyre after hitting a hard bump or going over sharp objects.



As the tyre rotates, the sealant spreads evenly over the surface and gravity to stop air leak. If a tyre is punctured, the escaping air carries the sealant out through the hole and the sealant bonds this fiber together. Similarly, cycling with punctured tyre allows the sealant to flow into and pad the hole instantly and permanently. The process is so efficient that cyclists may not know a puncture has happened.

If the puncture is yet to be sealed, rotate the punctured hole to 6 o’clock position so that the sealant at the bottom can secure the hole.  To enhance the effectiveness, place your finger on the hole to prevent more air leaking.

If the outcome of sealing the puncture is not effective, top up sealant!

Get a bottle of tyre sealant. Not only does it come at an affordable price tag, it also seals a puncture hole immediately as it occurs. No more visiting repair shops to buy a new tyre! Now, lend a helping hand to your riding buddies. Have a pleasant ride!