Tubeless tire repair kit M-1

Kit for repairing holes or cuts that anti-pucture liquids cannot seal.
The kit contains:
6mm tool, 3,5mm tool, 5x6mm tire seal, 5x3,5mm tire seal, cutter and glue.



1.- Before applying the tire seal, dry any possible remains of sealant liquid from puncture area.

2.- Place the tire seal in its tool introducing it through the hole of the same. Add some adhesive to the wick to guarantee a better adhesion to the tire.

3.- Insert the tire seal in the tire through the hole of the puncture leaving at least 1cm of tire seal on the outside. Do it carefully so as not to touch the rim bed with the tool, to avoid damaging it. (It is easier to insert the tire seal if you keep some pressure in the tire, even if it is covering the puncture with a finger until the moment you insert the tire seal).

4.- Finally,  pull the tool out. The tool will come out, releasing the tire seal that will stick over the hole of the puncture. The rest of the tire seal that was left out of the tire can be cut with the cutter, but never flush with the tire, always leaving 4 or 5mm of tire seal on the outside.

Should I use the glue provided in the kit for more grip on the tire seal?

You can choose whether to use it or not. The glue is provided to offer both options to the cyclist. The tire seals are sticky enough so you do not have to use the glue, but if you decide to use it, absolutely nothing will happen. Add some glue to the wick before inserting it and insert it into the tire to be repaired. Wait a few minutes for it to dry.

Do I have to introduce the tire seal until I reach the tire wall or rim bed through the hole to be repaired?

The answer is no, the tire seal should not be introduced until it reaches the tire wall or rim bed. It should always be inserted leaving a few centimetres of tire seal out. Once inserted, cut the remaining tire seal with the cutter provided. You should never cut the tire seal flush to the tire - you should always cut with a 4mm margin, as if it were one more rubber nob of the tire.

Can I use several tire seal in a large hole?

Yes, however you must be careful and before repairing the tire with several tire seals, you must make sure that the repair can be performed safely. If the cut is a very large slash and inserting several tire seals is not enough, the best option is to dismantle the wheel and install an inner tube. This way we will guarantee that the tire will not tear, which could happen, and we can continue with our ride safely. For smaller cuts there will be no problem inserting several tire seals to repair the tire.