Tire shop said my leak couldn’t be repaired. Tireject told them to suck it. Figuratively, not literally. No more leak.
TireJect worked! Been thinking about using this in my tires for a couple years, they came out with an “on road” version so I tried it and I’m hooked. This will be on my shelf for life. Thanks TireJect.
Sealed 30 year old ATV tires that Slime didn’t fix.
Tireject is a great product used it on my riding mower no more flat tires
I have used Tireject on my various yard equipment tires. It’s has solved my tire air leaks every time. The last issue was tire sidewall air leaks on the front tires on my zero turn steering mower. It holding pressure just fine. Saved me a $60 new tire repair.
I’ve ordered both a lawn mower and an atv tire sealant kit. The product so far works as advertised as I no longer need to breakout the air compressor before cutting the lawn and the Gator seems to not have low tires after a day or so. My only complaint is there wasn’t a valve core removal tool in the atv kit. Thankfully I had the one from the lawn mower kit or it would have been a ride to the auto parts store. And that’s the only reason for not rating 5 stars.
Seems to be working so far on my dry rotted lawn mower tires
Worked just as they said it would,It fixed a few lawn mower tires that kept going flat.really easy to use.Guess we'll see how long it lasts.So far so good.
Used the product on a trailer tire with a good leak. Used about 5oz and it worked like a charm. Would recommend who don't want to replace their tire.
We had to air up our Ranger's tires everyday, we tried this stuff, and now we get in and go!
Using an automobile pressure gauge for lawn mower tires was not accurate at low psi. Once I received my order. I went and checked tire results and all 4 tires were improperly inflated. Now I'm mowing level and mower seems to ride smoother.
Use these to let me know which tires have TireJect protection
Used on a Ranger that has exposure to a lot of Mesquite trees.
Used this product on my 1998 john deere. Side walls cracked. Lost air in all tires. Put tireject in going on 3rd week. No loss off air. This product saved me time on not filling up tires every week. Also not having to buy all new tires. thanks
Got a new set of tires for the summer car over a year ago, Having the factory original aluminum rims on a 45 year old car is nice to have unfortunately one rim said "no I won't hold the air for long - hows a week and then i'm flat". Its a chore to consonantly re-inflate the tire every week. Its been over 5 days since the application to the said tire, it lost 3 lbs a day after application and I topped off to 36 lbs and sofar its holding. Highway speed 55- 60 mph nice ride.
Had a slow leak in a 215-55-17 tire. Lost about 10 psi in about a week. Four ounces of TireJect Bead Sealer has stopped the leak - so far no loss of air in 2 weeks.
I love this stuff. Best tire patch I have ever used.
Put 20oz in my skid steer tire, filled it to 55 PSI, immediately drove for 30 consecutive minutes. 2 weeks later my tire was at 41PSI.
Off-Road Tire Sealant - Single Tire Repair Kit
This product really does work on my atv.. After purchasing my Sportsman XP1000 S I made to sure to order this Gem.. Great product!!!!
My rear tires kept going flat on my riding mower. I saw TireJect advertised and used on a atv show. I bought it and was surprised how it worked, my tires are 17 years old. This product is worth the money.
Very easy to install. Took about 20 minutes to do all four tires.
Very nice people to talk to and I'm optimistic the product will prove itself over time to be good value but right now I give it a score of "average". Should have tested it first before taking their word that it cleans up with water. It does...but on porous concrete it will take a heavy nylon or steel brush and some serious elbow grease. I'll do the next 32 tires in the grass. Bought 3 gallons to do every tire I've got - so far have only used it on 28 of 60 tires but the results are a little underwhelming. Bought for a miscellany of tires around the farm - farm truck, golf cart, multiple trailers, hand truck, pull carts, mower, tractor and therefore based upon the age, condition (dry rot, prior patches and plugs) I foresaw a variety of results. So far nothing has held close to 100% of the pressure when aired up the first time and I'm now a couple of days in and I'm topping up tires for the 2nd time. Hopefully they all hold now. It can be a messy job pouring from the gallon jugs and the measuring markings could be a little easier to see and/or marked on both sides of the syringe. Some tips that are either not clearly specified in the instructions or not at all: (1) The best way to do a lot of vehicles is with a floor jack since you want the valves at the bottom when injecting the tires and with the valve @ 6:00 it is easier to pinch off the clear tubing by holding the syringe so the tubing squeezes shut in a "V" when you push the tubing down and the syringe towards the tire. Otherwise, without a jack you will have to move the vehicle to get each valve positioned correctly. Once you've removed the core, install the black adapter tightly to the valve stem but at this point don't attach it to the clear tubing/syringe. Now attach the tubing to the black adapter and turn the syringe's measuring index (by spinning the tubing where it attaches to the adapter) to face you before you begin pouring. Be sure you have pinched off the line before you start. There may be some residual pressure in the tire created by you squeezing the syringe and it may prevent the last little bit from getting out of the syringe and this is where it can get messy. (2) Another reason for using a jack or at least supporting the wheel (if you are not removing them completely) is to prevent the bead from breaking or doing damage to an older tire before you can fill it and air it back up. (3) After doing a few tires you may want to stop and wash the syringe and adapter. They will quickly get a build up that makes them much harder to clean later. I don't have hot water in my shop and hot water may help in the clean up. (4) Shaking the product to get the particles in suspension creates air bubbles and if you don't wait until the bubbles settle out in the syringe you may end up under filling your tires. (5) I was worried that after doing a lot of tires the pressure from the constant syringe use might affect the clear tubing and cause it to leak under pressure and sure enough, after more than 20 tires on a hot Florida day, the syringe pressure did cause the sealant to leak out a little from the attachment point at the adapter. I cut off 1" of tubing and re-attached it. If you are only doing 1 or 2 tires you may not run into any of these issues.
Used just over a week ago. Injector made getting the last bit of fluid out of the line and into the tire quick and easy. Easy clean up with water. So far slow leak has been sealed and I added sealant to the other tire on my ExMark Laser Z mower as a preventative measure. Look forward to how it holds up over time. Great Product. Impressed so far. Especially liked not needing to remove tires from mower to repair leak + No wait time. Installed sealer, inflated tires, cutting lawn in minutes. No Hassle whatsoever.
We love this stuff, used it last winter for the first time and loved it so much we bought a gallon to have on hand for tire issues. This extends the tires life if you get leaks etc. Great for cars and ATV's. Highly recommend. We all know tires aren't cheap and this gets you the full life.