#1 Tire Sealant Kit for Tubeless and Tubeless Ready Mountain Bike Tires! TireJect MTB will permanently FIX an existing flat tire and PREVENTS flat tires. TireJect is the only MTB tire sealant that containsactive sealing fibersthat are uniformly distributed within the sealant for superior sealing capabilities. The aramid sealing fibers and recycled rubber tire particles clot together to form a super strong aramid fiber plug while the liquid rubber bonds to the tire for a permanent seal.
MTB Tire Sealant Features
Seal Punctures up to 3/8 inch*Permanent Seal with Liquid Rubber Ultra Fast Sealing with virtually no air lossExtended sealant life for longer protection Made with Super Strong Aramid Fibers & granulated rubber particles
Escaping air pressure forces rubber particles and Dupont™ Kevlar® Fiber to wedge into the puncture and the liquid rubber cures to the tire to form a permanent seal that will never leak again. This unique sealing process is what set's TireJect apart to seal and protect all areas of the tire.
Anyone can install TireJect™ in only minutes. Deflate the tire and remove the valve core with the included tool. Attach the Sealant Injector.Open and pour TireJect™ tire sealant into the injector body.Use the injector plunger to clear the injector.Re-install the valve core with the included tool.Re-inflate the tire and install the Red TireJect Valve Cap to easily identify the tires that have TireJect installed.Drive or rotate the tire for 5 minutes to allow the tire sealant to cover all areas of the tire.
Easy installation and measurement for exact sealant levels every time with the included Tire Sealant Injector! Pro-tip when mounting new tires:
You can also use the injector as a graduated cylinder to measure and pour sealant into the tire casing. Fold and hold the hose to the side of the injector, pour sealant into injector body and pour into tire.
TireJect MTB will last up to 7 months, but the lifespan depends on your climate and riding frequency. Basically, the more you ride and the hotter or dryer the climate, the lower the life span. This just means you will want to check and freshen up your sealant on a more regular basis to ensure your tires are protected from flats!