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Orange Seal Cycling
8oz Sealant with Injector

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The 8oz Sealant with Injector from Orange Seal Cycling contains a combination of premium latex and what Orange Seal has dubbed "nanites". Nanites are solid particles that work with latex to fill holes up to 1/4 inch in size. This latex-nanite mixture is formulated to be as light as possible to keep rotational weight to a minimum and is made from eco-friendly ingredients. Since cycling takes place in various conditions, this sealant is designed to provide a long life span, even in extreme altitudes and temperatures.

Available in 8oz bottle with injection nozzle.

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by Tim
Cycling Enthusiast
Houston, TX
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

After reading an article in Slowtwitch.com regarding tire sealants, Orange Seal rated the best in punctures. And this was for tubes in clinchers.

I run Continental GP4000sII tires (70025) with tubes. I had been experiencing a flat event about every 400 to 500 miles before using Orange Seal. On my first ride after installing Orange Seal, I had a puncture that sealed itself. I didn't notice an event until I got home and noticed the latex had been spewed out but was not stopped. I found the rock chip and removed it. It spewed for about 5 seconds and then sealed.

Since then, I have had two tire cuts that the sealant would not seal. However, I have not had a puncture causing a flat since installing the sealant.

I highly recommend this.

Reviewed 2/23/2017
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