Compact Car, Mid-size Sedan, Motorcycle
For tires up to p215/50/17
4oz per tire (1 Automotive Tire Sealant Pouch)
Full-size Sedan, Crossover, Small Pickup Truck/SUV
For tires up to p245/65/18
6oz per tire (1.5 Automotive Tire Sealant Pouches)
Full-size Pickup Truck or SUV
For tires over p245/65/18
8oz per tire (2 Automotive Tire Sealant Pouches)
After several off road trips I started to slowly loose air out of two of my Jeep Wrangler Nitro Trail Grappler tires. I was tired of removing the tires, breaking the seal, cleaning and remounting the tires. After two weeks the tire jet bead sealer has still held up.
I had a wheel on my Infiniti FX50S that wasn’t sealing properly at the bead. The wheel had been repaired after curb damage and 2 previous sets of tires were not leaking at the bead, however- after getting a new set of tires, this particular rim started to. After extensive research on how to get a permanent and quality seal at the bead, I decided to side-step the easily accessible, but inferior products at my local auto store and purchase this product that was highly rated online. I followed the instructions and since adding the required dosage, the tire psi has not dropped, nor lost any air. (At times prior to adding TireJect, the tire lost up to 20 psi overnight.) Very impressed with this result and will absolutely 100% use in the future if needed.
I was surprised but it works. Used it on a motorcycle bead leak. Been over a year and still going strong. Before this 2 brand new tires were leaking 8-10 pounds a day.
It’s easy and it works. Tried it on two light trailer tires. And two ATVs. Simple, Easy to use. Water soluble cleanup, Easy storage. I found great YouTube videos on use of product. I’ll be making another order after Christmas expenses. I have used other products before. This appears to be the best one so far of my first time use in oct 2019 .
I used TireJect in all four tires where I've experienced slow tire leakage over many months, 2 of my tires worse than the others and would lose over half their pressue in approximately a week. After using TireJect, all four tires appear to be holding their pressure and I have not had to add air since. So far so good! I really hope this continues to hold true!