First time using TireJect?
Start with our TireJect™ Tire Sealant Kit that comes with our Sealant Applicator for simple installation.
Available in gallons!
Get the best value, 5+ year shelf-life, use to re-applicate your tires for year-to-year flat prevention!
With TireJect all sealed air leaks are 100% permanent and will never leak again. For year-to-year flat protection re-applicate half the dosage amount every 12 months to freshen your tire sealant and maximize flat protection.
*Only seal tire dry rot on low speed vehicles (<10mph). Prevent flats for 24 months on most low speed vehicles (<10mph) and 12-18 months on higher speed off-road vehicles.
Moved to Winnemucca, NV and first day of mowing all my riding mower tires went flat from Goat Heads. I asked all over and was told that the only thing I could do was to just buy new tires. This was not an option. I found this product on the web and gave it a try because I was told that Slime did not work. This product was easy to install. My only problem is that the big syringe that is sent with is not properly marked. Thus I had to guess half a bag for the two front tires. I have ran the riding mower and not one flat. The tires are covered with goat heads and even after 3 weeks they are still aired up. I will be telling everyone that I know about this product. Thank you TireJet for making a product that actually does what it is claimed to do.
This was the second time I used this product and again I am happy with the results ...Does exactly what it says! Will buy again !
Off-Road Tire Sealant - Single Tire Repair Kit
Tireject worked a miracle in my mower's dry rotted tire's sidewalls. I highly recommended it. But first I had to figure out 2 problems not included in the instructions or troubleshooting guide.
1. When pouring the Tireject into the syringe to measure the right dosage, I noticed it was running into the tire anyway before I could finish measuring it. I quickly figured out I needed to clamp off the tube before I poured. Hemostats did a good job. Maybe Tireject could include a small clothespin type clamp with the syringe. Or something. Or at least address this in the instructions or troubleshooting.
2. This issue gave me the most trouble. I could not force the plunger to inject the Tireject into the tire. I considered that while I messed around solving Issue Number 1 that the hot sun had either cured and thus clogged some sealant in the tube, or the ever-increasing heat in the tire produced pressure that the plunger could not overcome. Working fast I jacked up the mower to relieve pressure. Still no joy. I could not push the plunger in. Making a big mess I had to remove the tube from the valve. It still would not squirt back into the container. I poured the fluid out of the syringe. That's when I found the problem. The syringe was clogged with white plastic. It was the second part of the cap that normally stays on the tube or bottle. Think of bottled water. When you remove the cap, part of the cap stays on the bottle. The ring shaped part. But in this case it does not stay on the container. Just my luck that it had fallen into the syringe and clogged it.
In other words the instructions and troubleshooting should say: remove the cap, remove the small white ring that remains, then pour into the syringe. Or they could make the ring so that it stays on the container like with a bottle of water.
Now that I know what I'm doing the whole process takes like 5 minutes per tire. I'm just hoping to save other people the trouble I had.
I have had a horrible problem with bead leaks on my skid steer tires over the last few years. I purchased this product and put in the 10oz in each tire and it has been a life saver. The tires have not gone down yet. I'm blown away. A must have!!!