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Tyre protector continues to protect your tyres throughout the lifespan of your tyres. In other words, you do not have to worry about refilling the sealant until it’s time to replace the tyre itself.

No, the tyre protector works well even in extreme climatic conditions. It is extensively used in Australia and Scandinavia where the temperature falls below – 23 degree and it’s also used in African countries where it’s extremely hot.

Yes, all the chemical components used in tyre protector are bio-degradable and non-toxic.

Yes, the tyre protector works really well with Nitrogen Gas. In fact, the combination provides extra benefits like extra cooling effect, enhanced puncture resistance, improved tyre life space etc.

No, it’s highly recommended that you use tyre protector in new tyres with visible tyre threads.

Well, it does not dry inside the tyre chamber. However, like every other substances, the gel gradually starts drying if exposed to air or direct sunlight.

Well, to perform with 100% efficiency, the gel should be in the supplied quantity. When you take the gel out of one tyre and inject it into another, there are high chances of losing the gel in the transfer process. This in turn will reduce the efficiency of the protective layer formed by the gel.

Tyre protector permanently seals the punctures up to 6mm in car tyres and 3 mm in 2 wheelers on thread areas. Thread area is the portion of the tyre that comes in contact with the road and it is almost 80% of the total tyre area. Please note that the tyre protector does not protect the punctures on sidewall, shoulder or crown areas as the gel forms the protective layer only in the thread area.

No, the tyre protector gel is a water-soluble chemical composition which does not harm any area of the tyre. In fact, it increases the tyres life. Therefore, it does not affect the manufactures warranty.

No, you do have to instantly remove the object but try to remove it as soon as possible because the puncturing object effects the elasticity of the affected area.