Tyre Sealant Gel Honest Review India (Doc Tyre)


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It so happened that diagonal tyres of my Safari were loosing Pressure very slowly.
Navigator front and driver rear would sink after about 2 weeks of sitting. I removed the Tyres and sent to an Alignment/Puncture shop. Who could not find any puncture. I had inspected them and nor could I. Still I got the valves replaced as caution. But Nothing helped. The tyres would happily sink down to 15~20PSI after few weeks.

In comes the DOC TYRE sealant gel. I got The stuff from Flipkart, One litre costed 1000. Recommended dosage for large SUV tyres was about 500ML PER TYRE. I always wanted to try this stuff, But was skeptical as XUV tyres had delicate sensors which could be damaged. Now was the Perfect time with the Safari.

Since I did not have any significant puncture and there were stories of having steering vibration due to added weight, I added about 250ML in each tyre. Guess What, Tyres are holding up well, and after recent 700KM trip I am a happy man.
Since I had some leftovers, I installed small quantity (50ML) in my bicycle tyres as well.

Pros-
1.Seals Permeability issues or Tiny punctures which cannot be found
2.Easy to install at home, if you have a compressor.
3.Cheaper than SLIME

Cons-
1.Dark Black bottle with dark black liquid. Why can't they give proper Transparent bottle with Markings on the side?
2.Tool to remove valve pin was not provided along. Thankfully I had the tool myself, but many users will not have.
3.Too much quantity required to actually stop nails & Stuff as shown in commercials. Could cause balancing issues.

Links-
“The Blue Elephant” My Safari 4x4 Review & Mods

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is your bike have tubeless tyres?

i believe this can be used in motorcycles as well.
 
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is ur bike have tubeless tyres?

i believe this can be used in motorcycles as well.
Mine is tube type. It can be used in both but more effective in Tubeless types.

Such products are very well suited to motorcycles as you do not carry a spare and fixing puncture in Motorcycle is also tough job.
 
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