□ Punctures is too large beyond working range of our product. (Inner tube 6.8mm max, moto tubeless tire 10mm at max, 20mm at max for car tubeless tire, 38mm at max for OTR tubeless tire)
√ Solution: use other traditional ways such as cold patch, cold bar glue or rubber strip
□ This product will not repair valve leaks, sidewall punctures and will not repair a tire that is separated from the rim.
√ Solution: When puncture is on tire sidewall or on tire bead, please use traditional way to repair such as cold patch, cold bar glue or rubber strip.
□ Inadequate sealant remains inside the tire, punctures cannot be sealed efficiently.
√ Solution: Squeeze more sealant into the tire.
□ Inner tube is unmatched with the cover tire & there’s objects stuck in space between inner tube and tire.
√ Solution: Change with a new inner tube that matches the cover tire. Before installing the tube, take a rag and wipe the inner casing of the tire to ensure there’s no sealant residue, thorns, burrs or other objects protruding through the tire that might puncture the new tube, also make sure there is no kinks while installing the new tube.
□ Tire Sealant dries too slow to form sealing plug to seal the puncture due to low tire pressure and wet weather.
√ Solution: Inflate the tire to its recommended tire pressure n’ move car to a dry ground if possible, also make sure punctures is in 6 o’ clock position.
□ For aging overtime, the old puncture break again n’ is beyond sealant working range.
√ Solution: Use other traditional ways to repair or replace the old tube.
□ Brittle, cracked, significantly worn old tire and low profile tire leaks easily.
√ Solution: Change with a new high profile tire.
□ Oil, waxiness or powder inside a whole-new tire stop sealant from forming sealing plug well.
√ Solution: Inflate tire to full tire pressure and drive for 2~3Km.
□ Did not shake sealant fully before squeezing into tire, resulting in inadequate liquid and sealing agent ratio.
√ Solution: Fully shake the sealant before squeezing into tire.