I put 4-6 oz's in and suffer air loss overnight.
I have bin yousing this for 6 ur now I tell everyone about it and how much I love it there nothing beder thanks for coming up with it
I use this sealant on cyclocross bikes and have found it to be long-lasting and easy to use, especially when paired with the Stan's syringe.
I was skeptical about going tubeless for a long time. I avoided it until I bought a mountain bike and could really see the benefit of running at lower pressures.
With this stuff on board I don't worry about flats and I get to enjoy super grippy tires. It's so easy to use, it cleans up easy, and the punctures I've actually seen have all sealed up quick.
Well worth the purchase, my shop will never be without a bottle again!
This is the only sealant I've ever used so I've have nothing to compare. I've had very few punctures in my riding lifetime so i guess it's good. I'll continue to stick with Stan's
I've tried this and Orange Seal and prefer Stan's for the value. Stan's has performed well for me in sealing tubeless mountain tires, even ones that are not tubeless-specific.
It's good to keep this stuff around in quantity for my MTB and cross bikes. Swapping tubeless tires or fixing flats is less tedious when all the tools are readily available...Yeah and the bulk price is way better than the little single serving bottles.
I have used Slime and Air Lock over the years and I have been thoroughly impressed with Stans. Really nice to use less sealant per tube and my instinct is that Stans seals punctures more quickly than the competitors, reason being that I have had to top up my tires less frequently using Stans than either Slime or Air Lock...I assume I have experienced a roughly equal number of puncture events using each of the sealants. I was initially put off by the limited servicelife of Stan's-sounds like it's supposed to dry out after a year or something-but if you live in a high puncture environment (as I do...Alb, NM) then chances are it won't be able to dry out before you need more any way.