Can Fix-a-Flat explode?

The fact is that the chemical propellant used in Fix-a-Flat today is a non-flammable gas. It will not explode!

Why you shouldn’t use Fix-a-Flat?

It Might Ruin Your TPMS

Tire sealants can clog your TPMS. If it's not cleaned promptly, this could ruin a sensor. Tire sealants can clog your tire pressure monitoring system. If it's not cleaned promptly, this could ruin a sensor.

How safe is Fix-a-Flat?

Fix-a-Flat is the real deal, and it's the original roadside flat tire helper. It really does temporarily repair tires, like a discount tire fix in a bright yellow can. Fix-a-Flat really works. It's safe to store in your car and can survive the blistering heat and freezing temperatures.

What happens if you leave Fix-a-Flat in a tire?

No. Fix-a-Flat will not cause harm to most tires when used as directed on the label. We do not recommend installing Fix-a-Flat into quiet tires.

Will Fix-a-Flat inflate a tire?

Fix-a-Flat contains both a liquid tire sealant and a small amount of air. When you hook the can up to your tire and push the button, the air inside forces the sealant out and into the tire. Once inside, a latex emulsion foam plugs any leaks, and the propellant expands to inflate the tire.

Does Slime ruin your tire?

If pre-existing damage is present, we do not recommend using Slime tire sealant. Do not leave Slime inside your tires for more than 2 years. After that time, we cannot guarantee the integrity of your rims.

How much PSI is in a can of Fix-a-Flat?

Both the Fix-a-Flat pressurized can and Slime liquid sealant held pressure to within 1 psi, an insignificant loss after 24 hours.

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Does Slime really work?

We have found in our testing that Slime and other thicker gel based tire sealants provide only a temporary repair that does not permanently seal because they lack an adhering agent.

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