Not all tire sealants are created equal. In this video article we compare MULTI SEAL's Kevlar® tire sealant with TireJect's tire sealant that contains Kevlar®. MULTI SEAL is a gel based thick goopy tire sealant just like all the other traditional tire sealants on the market.
Don't be fooled by MULTI SEAL's use of DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber. MUTLI SEAL has all the same problems as traditional tire sealants. Just like all competitor gel based tire sealants, MULTI SEAL simply rely's on air pressure to hold fiber suspended gel into a puncture. A gel plug simply does not last and will leak. All thick gel based tire sealants like MULTI SEAL require 32oz for a standard ATV tire which causes tire balance issues. TireJect only requires 8oz for the same sized tire, the thin base formulation pools to the lowest point and quickly flow around the tire to find and permanently seal any leaks.
Watch our video comparing the difference between TireJect and MULTI SEAL tire sealant
This is where TireJect is different, we designed TireJect tire sealant to be a thin/low viscosity liquid that is near the consistency of milk. While the tire is rotating the tire sealant quickly flows to and seals any leaks in the tread, sidewall and bead area of the tire - can even fix tire dry rot. The thin base tire sealant easily covers and protects all areas of the tire and requires up to 75% less per tire, for example only 8oz of TireJect is needed in a standard ATV tire while MULTI SEAL requires 32oz for the same application.
TireJect pioneered tire sealant made with DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber and Natural liquid rubber. These materials work together to permanently seal punctures with a rubber plug that is reinforced with Kevlar® fiber. What are you going to trust in your tire? The competitors gel plug that never permanently seals or TireJect's rubber plug that adhears to the rubber of the tire for a permanent seal?
Choose TireJect the highest rated tire sealant on the market that has pioneered and perfected the use of DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber and Natural liquid rubber to permanently seal and protect flat tires.
TireJect™ Technology features Dupont™ Kevlar® fiber
Permanently fix flat tires and prevent flat tires on all off-road tubeless tires: ATV, UTV, golf cart, utility trailer and other lawn & garden applications.
Our tire sealant features a water soluble formulation that is a breeze to clean up, simply use cold water and a cloth.
This means there is far less mess while replacing tires!
TireJect™ Technology is the key
Our patent pending Tire Repair Sealant is a proprietary blend of thinner, faster flowing sealant paired with the strength of Dupont™ Kevlar® fiber - the fiber that's stronger than steel. TireJect Tire Sealant plugs the tire from the inside and adheres the Kevlar® Fiber into the puncture or leak forming a permanent plug from the inside. Competing tire sealants do not form a permanent plug. TireJect is water soluble, easier to work with and provides superior flat repair and prevention.
Make your tire, literally, bulletproof
Do not attempt this at home! TireJect is the most effective tire sealant on the market - we have made all sorts of puncture demo videos, but this shows it all! Seal any leaks, punctures and even bullet holes!
Driving over a bed of nails
If you see us at a riding event, we are still riding on this tire. We 100% trust our tire sealant and it permanently seals any air leaks from punctures up to 3/8" in the tread or sidewall and even seals bead leaks or dry rot.
TireJect™ vs Slime tire sealant
Anyone that has used a traditional tire sealant like Slime tire sealant knows that it is an absolute mess to work with and commonly does not work. Slime is thick, goopy and designed to stick to your tire and rim. The thick formulation of Slime is designed to stick to the tread area for limited protection of your tires and it causes tire balance issues.
Watch our video comparing the difference between TireJect and Slime tire sealant
TireJect is 100% GUARANTEED to Fix Flat Tires
What is guaranteed?
Any type of leak or puncture in a tubeless tire caused by nails, screws, thorns, barbed wire, etc... as long as its from an object 3/8"
Punctures or leaks can be in any location; tread or sidewall
Slow leaks from bead as long as tire bead and rim are not damaged