Tire Sealant: TireCare bicycle sealant can be used in tube tire, clincher tire and tubular tire

A Race without Tire Sealant

Ever wonder how much effort does it takes to replace a bicycle tire? Doesn’t matter if you are a pro rider or just getting started, replacing a tire will always be a hassle. Especially those who are in the midst of a race, the clock is ticking and every minute spent on replacing the tire adds an extra minutes onto your race time. Eventually, time wasted on replacing the tire could potentially cost you your championship.

Depending on the types of tire that is used during the race, different tire replacing procedure is needed if one experiences a flat tire. Generally, if you are using a clincher, replacing it wouldn’t take too long. However, time is still wasted. If you are using a tubular or tubeless tires, replacing it will take at least half an hour before you can resume your racing journey. You will have to either stop at the aid station to get your tire fix or awaits your support car to come to your aid. Meanwhile, you will have to go through the agony of seeing your opponents overtake you as you patiently wait till the tire is good to go. Despite resuming your journey, there is no guarantee that a second puncture wouldn’t occur during the course of the race. Imagine the frustration you will have to go through if such incident does happen to you.

In a nutshell, tire puncture is the most unpredictable event that one could imagine. A rider can have a flat-free ride for the entire season, or might experience at least one tire puncture throughout the season or even worst, twice or more within the same day. But by using TireCare Sealant, your chance of riding on a flat tire is drastically reduced. Even if the tire is being punctured, the sealant is able to seal up the puncture seamlessly without having the need of you stopping your ride and replacing your tire.

Bicycle safety tips: Use Tirecare bicycle sealant


Bicycle riding can be fun, healthy and applicable for all ages.
But it is important to follow certain safety guidelines to avoid serious injuries.

Safe Riding Tips
Apply the following guidelines to avoid serious injuries while riding.

Protect Your Head
Make sure to wear a helmet at all times while cycling to reduce the risk of brain injuries.

See and be Seen
Just because you can see a driver doesn’t mean that the driver can see you.
Always wear bright-colored or reflective clothing, such as neon and fluorescent which can reflect lights and make you more visible.
Install reflectors on the front and rear of the bike, this is to alert road users of your presence.

Wear a pair of sunglasses to prevent dust from entering the eyes.
Install a bicycle lamp or wear a head lamp. The lamp can illuminate the road ahead in low-visibility condition.

Tires and brakes
Make sure the tires condition are good to go andare inflated with the right pressure. Not to forget to check that whether your brakes work too.

Additional tips – How to Avoid Flat Tires
It would be a terrible disaster to your cycling experience if a puncture would occur while in the midst of training or a cycling journey. Not to worry, this can be avoided by using TireCare Preventive Sealant, the world’s first permanent tire sealant which is suitable for tube, tubeless and tubular tires.

You may inject the bicycle tire sealant into the tires before you being your cycling journey. In the event, the tire is puncture, the sealant will seal up the puncture seamlessly within seconds while you are still cycling.

(Malaysia National Rider – Amir Mustafa)


Stay Alert
Stay alert at all times. Watch out for potholes, debris, greasy road, drainage grates, railroad tracks, or anything that could potentially makes you fall. Always keep a lookout for obstacles in your paths and plan your move ahead to prevent any crash or tire puncture.

Ride Smart
Always ride with the traffic. Obey road rules such as traffic lights, road signs, speed limit, and lane marking.

spare tire

Spare Tire Disadvantage

An environment free of waste tires is important for public health, and waste tires can harbor sources of diseases i.e. harbor, mosquitoes and other vermin. However, every one of us has a spare tire in our cars which at some point goes to waste, according to online statistics, the number of spare tires in USA and Europe alone is more than 800 million, which are going to soon become waste tire piles and lead to waste accumulation and diseases. In addition to the environmental hazards of spare tires, the use of spare tires for some drivers specifically women drivers is not easy. Spare tires are heavy, and most women and some men are not trained to change spare tires, moreover spare tires are usually extremely heavy and are difficult for women to carry.

Changing a tire can be a hectic and tiring process and if you are in a distant area where help cannot reach in at least less than 2 hours, then your travel time and stress is increased. A comparatively new application of tire sealant is becoming increasingly popular in the tire care industry. Tire sealants is a cost, time and energy efficient way of dealing with a punctured tire. In order to save you the trouble, cost, time and energy of tire change, TireCare is introducing our new “TireCare Permanent Sealant”. Our application is simple to use, all you need it do is purchase our TireCare Revival Kit Application which comes with the 400ml bottle of TireCare Permanent Sealant.

Ladies and Gentlemen who do not know how to replace punctured tires, the good news for you is that now you can fix your punctured tires in three easy steps:

  1. Take the valve removal tool to remove the valve core.
  2. Inject TireCare Permanent Sealant with the help of necessary tools from the Revival Kit.
  3. Insert the air compressor into the tire and remove it when it reaches standard pressure.

With three steps you are ready to continue your journey, without getting your clothes and hands dirty. So if you are someone who does not know how to change a tire and is always anxious travel because of that reason, or someone who just does not like changing tires themselves, then you do not need to worry anymore because TireCare is here with its sealant and repair kit to fix all your tire problems, and here is why TireCare Permanent Sealant 400ml bottle and TireCare Revival Kit Application will make your life easier:


  • Permanently seals multiple punctures up to 12mm (diameter) in seconds
  • Don’t need jack the car
  • D.I.Y in 10mins
  • No Steering Vibration
  • Drive and use until your tires tread wear off
  • No maintenance needed
  • 5 Years Shelf Life for TireCare Sealant
  • Certified by SGS and Eco Friendly
  • Non-toxic, Non-corrosive, Non-hazardous

Invest in TireCare’s Permanent Sealant, not just to make your life easier, but also to make your environment a toxic free environment, and play your part in conserving the environment by not contributing to the accumulated waste by keeping spare tires that will go to waste and become a cause of environmental pollution.

5 Things You Can Do To Maintain Your Bicycle


This sounds simple enough. However, every time we cycle through the streets of our country and we do that for a living, we see hoards of under-inflated tires.

Why this is needed:

Let’s start by mentioning that a bicycle with under-inflated tires can be much shower than one with proper pressure. Do you feel that your bicycle is slower than it used to be? Afraid it’s getting too old and is nearing the end of its life? Most of the times all you need to do is put some good old air in your tires. Do it! You’ll also greatly reduce the chance of getting a flat tire on your way home

How to do it?

Just buy a pump. You can also use the compressed air pumps that some shops or locations have. Just try not to overdo it. It’s quite hard to over inflate and blow up a tire using a normal pump (it can happen using a compressor).  The only times this can happen is when your tire is rather old and fragile and will probably break down soon anyway. Conclusion: Don’t worry (too much) about over inflating, just put some air in.

Note: Do keep in mind that there are 2 different valve types: Presta valve and schrader valve. A lot of pumps (the ones with two holes) are made to handle all types, but some older models will only work for one type.



Why this is needed:

If you’re the proud owner of a bicycle with hand brakes and they don’t seem to work as well as they should, you might be able to drastically improve the situation in just a few seconds.

Note: A lot of the times more work is needed to insure a longer term solution, but simply tightening the cable can go a long way as well.

How to do it?

See this little screw thing? It’s made of two parts. Unscrew the outermost one (the adjustment barrel), while keeping the inner one (lock ring)  in place. Done. Won’t get your hands dirty either. Too tight now? Just reverse the process a bit until you find the sweet spot.


Why this is needed:

We very rarely see people with seats that are too high, as that is usually uncomfortable and makes riding very hard. However, a seat that is too low will make you less efficient at pedaling, as well as hurting your knees and lower back.

How to do it?

For this, you’ll need a tool, but it should be easy to find/borrow it. Most bicycle seats can be adjusted with either an Allen key (size 5 most likely) or a spanner (size 13 most likely). Just make sure to first pull it out 2 or so cm higher than intended, to make sure there’s enough seat tube for it to be safe, then set it back to the intended height.




Einstein once said that no matter how complicated a problem, there’s always a solution involving duct tape and cable ties.

Ok, we might have made that up, but we definitely are not exaggerating. Although a bit rough and perhaps not the most aesthetic solution, as long as you’re using good quality tape and ties, plus a bit of creativity, you can cheaply solve a lot of small issues, in cases which replacing whole parts might lead to a very expensive repair. We’ve seen some very creative uses. However, most of the times, these are successfully used to fix mudguards that are touching the wheel, or chain guards that are falling apart and making noise. Have fun!


Inflate your tires. Enjoy the ride like nobody does.


Happy cycling!