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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 seal 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 and it will be ready.

Do I have to introduce the tire seal until I reach the bottom through the hole to be repaired?

The answer is no, the tire seal should not be introduced until it reaches the bottom. It should be put always leaving a few strands of tire seal out. Once inserted, cut the remaining tire seal with the cutter provided. You should never cut the tire seal touch the cover, you should always cut with a 4mm margin, as if it were one more wad rubber of our 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 seal, you must make sure that the operation to be performed is safe. If the cut is very large and inserting several tire seal is not enough, the best thing will be to dismantle the wheel and install an inner tube. This way we will guarantee that the tire will not tear in many of the cases and we can continue with our route. For more reasonable cuts there will be no problem in inserting several tire seal to seal the tire.

I can use degreaser cleaner on all parts of the bicycle?

If you can use the cleaner in all the bicycle. However, it should not be applied directly in sensitive areas of the bicycle as a dust cover for suspensions or telescopic seatposts.

It is recommended not to use on anodized aluminum.

How long should I allow the degreasing cleaner to work once sprayed on the bicycle?

Usually one or two minutes is enough. Then it should be rinsed with plenty of water. If used with pressurized water guns, it is not recommended to use pressurized water on delicate areas or bearings.

Can use the degreaser cleaner to clean other accessories of the cyclist?

Yes, you can use the cleaner to clean the plastic cover of the helmet or shoes. They will have a new look again.

Is something wrong if I spray the degreasing cleaner over the brake discs or pads?

No, no problem. Simply ensure a good rinse with water at the end of the bicycle wash.

How often should I wash the bicycle?

For a correct maintenance of the bicycle we recommend always keeping the bike clean at each exit. However sometimes it is not possible for lack of time to clean it after each departure, so once a week is ideal to keep it in perfect condition.

 

In addition to discs and brake pads, can I clean other parts of the bicycle with this cleaner?

Yes. With the cleaner for discs and brake pads you can clean any of the components of the bicycle such as shifters, suspension lever, telescopic seatposts, brake levers and fork cutting. It also helps to eliminate perfectly remains of adhesives in frames, forks, helmets...

Are the tire damaged if liquid cleaner fall off?

As a general rule if it is something sporadic no. However, an unsuitable use of the cleaner often pulverizes the tires if it can alter the longevity and condition of these. Our recommendation is that you splash them as little as possible.

On what kind of surfaces can I safely apply the brake disc cleaner?

It can be applied safely on plastic, rubber, carbon, metals, anodized metals and painted surfaces.

Should use gloves for their application?

Yes, we recommend the use of gloves to avoid contact with the skin.

Is it flammable?

Yes. We must always keep it out of heat, hot surfaces, sparks, flames and any strong ignition for safety to the user.

How much should use to clean the discs and brake pads?

With 2 or 3 pulverations to the disc and another 2 or 3 to the brake pads should be enough. Once dry, wipe with a clean cloth to remove any remaining residue.