Learn to repair a flat tire without the need to replace it with a spare one.
While the spare wheel occupies a significant place in the trunk, but if we talk about the bikes we are rarely left with any options. That is why more and more modern motorists in addition to the first-aid kit, fire extinguisher, and tools are buying special compact handy kits for punctured tires i.e. a tire sealant which helps in restoring the integrity of the tire in an emergency and one these sealants comes from a known name 'Motul'.
Motul Repair Foam repairs puncture immediately and inflate tires without having to disassemble or use other tools and prevent damage to the tire and tube.
High pressure simultaneously pushes the foam into the tire and inflates it and also seals the leak from the inside.
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1. If possible, remove the drilling sources.
2. Position the tire valve towards up i.e. at 12 'o' clock position.
3. Deflate the tire completely.
4. Shake the bottle well. If it is a little cold outside, gently warm the bottle in your hand or next to the engine before use.
5. Screw the hose onto the tire valve.
6. Hold the bottle upside down and press and hold the spray-button until the tire is fully inflated.
7. Run the tire at low speed (20-40 km/h) to distribute the foam evenly.
8. Your tire is now ready to run!
Check the pressure in the following days and adjust it if necessary.
Will a bottle of 300ml be suitable for 1 tire?
Depends on the size of the tire. Generally, for bikes, it's enough for both the tires, for scooters twice over and if we talk about the SUV tire then it should take one full bottle.
Is it really worth it?
Without a doubt, this is an indispensable tool, especially if you have a long way to go.
So would you like to follow the old-school way of changing the wheel on the side of the wilderness or would you prefer to carry a can of liquid "spare wheel"? It seems that the choice is obvious.