• Be careful not to spill the repair agent from inside of the tire.

1. Remove the flat tire from the vehicle, and let the air out of the tire.

2. Cut the tire valve by the root and push the remaining part of the wheel valve into the tire.

3. Insert the hose through the valve and into the tire. Stand the tire up so that the hose end sinks into the repair agent.

4. Pump out the repair agent.

• Place the tire on a higher stand than the pumping bottle. This will make the operation easier.

5. Repeat the pumping procedure, changing the position of the hose end, until there is no repair agent left in the tire.

6. Remove the tire from the wheel and pick the tire valve pushed in at Step 2 out.

7. Wipe off the repair agent remaining on the wheel and tire.

• Dispose of waste repair agent according to local disposal law.
• The repair agent is composed of the following:
– Deproteinized natural rubber latex
– Emulsified adhesive resin
– Propylene glycol
• The tire must be replaced with a new one and clean all tire repair agent off to the wheel.