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Posted 21 November 2017 - 05:29 PM

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When was the last time you checked the condition of your spare tire?

 

Or did your new car come with a temporary repair kit like the below?

 

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Introducing TireCare, the world's 1st tire repair kit to employ nano fibre technology to effectively and permanently seal punctures !

 

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Once Fixed, No Need To Head Back To Workshop For Further Repair or To Wash Out The Sealant!

 

What Are The Benefits of TireCare? 
  • Easy application: fix the tyre in less than 10 mins.
  • No need to head back to workshop for additional repair
  • One bottle of TireCare can be used for multiple punctures
  • Cost effective solution - Less Than $40^ Per Year For An Assurance

^Based off $188 divided by 5 years shelf life 

 

What's so different about TireCare vs. a "regular" repair kit ?
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  • TireCare is a permanent fix, meaning you don't have to spend extra time and money to visit a workshop to further repair the tyre.
  • TireCare is harmless to rims / tyres / TPMS unlike other "regular" formula which can potentially cause corrosive damage.
  • Receive the added assurance of our local warranty and support.

 

What If I Have My Own Air Pump?

 

If you already have your own air pump, you can simply purchase the standalone TireCare formula

 

How It Works

 

 

 

TireCare is easily washable !

 

 

 

Watch what happens when we remove a nail

 


Edited by Lightsabre, 27 November 2017 - 10:05 PM.

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Posted 21 November 2017 - 05:39 PM

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So what do I get with this kit ?

 

  • 1 x TireCare Revive Sealant (400ml)
  • 1 x TireCare Mobile Air Compressor
  • 1 x DIY Application Kit
  • 5 years Sealant Shelf Life (from production date)
  • 5 years warranty (Mobile Air Compressor)

How much is it ?

 

$188 per kit. 

 

If you have a working air pump, you can also order the standalone TireCare bottle at $89 (comes with DIY application tool)

 

Order online at www.tirecare.sg with free shipping 

 

Or visit our authorized dealers HERE


Edited by TireCareSingapore, 21 November 2017 - 06:51 PM.


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Posted 21 November 2017 - 06:10 PM

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FAQs

 

Q: So do I still need to change the tire or patch the hole after using TireCare?

 

A: There is no need for further repair or tire replacement as TireCare is a permanent fix for puncture

 

 

Q: Do I need to at least wash out the sealant ?

 

A: There is no need to wash out TireCare sealant. Unlike other sealant, TireCare is eco-friendly and will not cause any damage to your rim, tire or TPMS over prolonged use.

 

 

Q: I am not a very hands-on person. Is this TireCare revival kit suitable for me?

 

A: Yes - the kit is very user friendly and designed for the everyday driver.

 

 

Q: Do I have to jack up the car when applying TireCare sealant?

 

A: There is no need to jack up the car, another reason why the kit is so user-friendly!

 

 

Q: Do I have to pull out the object (e.g. nail) before or after applying TireCare sealant?

 

A: You can choose to pull out the object after applying the sealant if you do not have the necessary tools to extract the object on the spot.

 

 

Q: Does this work for run-flat tire?

 

A: Yes it does!

 

 


Edited by TireCareSingapore, 21 November 2017 - 06:48 PM.


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Posted 21 November 2017 - 06:41 PM

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Posted 22 November 2017 - 09:49 PM

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Posted 29 November 2017 - 12:05 PM

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2 questions,

 

1) if we rotate/balance tyres, we will need to fill up the punctured tyre with tirecare again? 

 

2) considering it is still wet, won't tyre shops complain customers dirty their machine with tirecare?


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Posted 01 December 2017 - 01:48 PM

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2 questions,

 

1) if we rotate/balance tyres, we will need to fill up the punctured tyre with tirecare again? 

 

2) considering it is still wet, won't tyre shops complain customers dirty their machine with tirecare?

 

1) no need sir

 

2) this is a good question. it will be an issue if the residual sealant that drips onto the machine is difficult to wash away which is not the case with tirecare



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Posted 14 December 2017 - 09:26 PM

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I assume that the chemical seals the puncture site. The chemical must harden and cannot stay as liquid to have an effective seal.

Then how to explain excess chemical in the wheel stays liquid. Assuming chemical hardens when in contact with air or heat.

Also will the chemical clog up the valve?

In addition, the liquid chemical in the wheel will it affect tire pressure sensors constructed in the wheel themselves?

Thx.

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Posted 15 December 2017 - 01:38 AM

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I assume that the chemical seals the puncture site. The chemical must harden and cannot stay as liquid to have an effective seal.

Then how to explain excess chemical in the wheel stays liquid. Assuming chemical hardens when in contact with air or heat.

Also will the chemical clog up the valve?

In addition, the liquid chemical in the wheel will it affect tire pressure sensors constructed in the wheel themselves?

Thx.

 

Thank you for the queries, they are good questions.

 

First and foremost, the sealant does not harden or solidify and this is a distinctly unique benefit of TireCare. We employ an advanced nano-fibre technology which enables punctures to be fixed effectively and permanently without requiring any form of "solidification"

 

Similarly for the excess sealant in the wheel, it will simply remain in liquid form. Have a quick look at the view in the first post showcasing how it still remains liquid and can be easily washed away.

 

Because TireCare does not solidify or harden, it will not clog up the valve and will also not damage your TPMS (either retro fit type or manufacturer stock type)

 

Cheers :)



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Posted 09 January 2018 - 11:28 AM

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No matter how new or well-maintained your car is, planning for times when it might conk out is probably one of the smartest things you can do on a road trip.

 

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 05:38 PM

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Most Advanced DIY Tire Repair Kit

No need for further repair once fixed.

Trusted and used by local emergency ambulances.

Get the protection you deserve!

 

 



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Posted 17 January 2018 - 07:10 PM

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Hi, as i frequent NSHW very frequently on both car and bike. Have even rode to thailand before, i am quite farmiliar with tyre punctures and have helped a hayabusa mend his tyre with 3 worms combined together for a big hole.


my firsr question, is TireCare suitable for tyres already patched before ?

Also, with TireCare already inside the tyres, will using the worm plug methods still work?

Thanks!

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Posted 18 January 2018 - 12:37 PM

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Hi Question(s)

 

1) Does your product works with nitrogen filled tyres?

2) How long will your product liquid last? any warranty provided??

 

Thanks in advance !  


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Posted 18 January 2018 - 12:41 PM

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No independent test reports from bodies such as SGS and BV?

Thank you for the queries, they are good questions.

 

First and foremost, the sealant does not harden or solidify and this is a distinctly unique benefit of TireCare. We employ an advanced nano-fibre technology which enables punctures to be fixed effectively and permanently without requiring any form of "solidification"

 

Similarly for the excess sealant in the wheel, it will simply remain in liquid form. Have a quick look at the view in the first post showcasing how it still remains liquid and can be easily washed away.

 

Because TireCare does not solidify or harden, it will not clog up the valve and will also not damage your TPMS (either retro fit type or manufacturer stock type)

 

Cheers :)

 



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Posted 19 January 2018 - 04:35 PM

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Hi, as i frequent NSHW very frequently on both car and bike. Have even rode to thailand before, i am quite farmiliar with tyre punctures and have helped a hayabusa mend his tyre with 3 worms combined together for a big hole.


my firsr question, is TireCare suitable for tyres already patched before ?

Also, with TireCare already inside the tyres, will using the worm plug methods still work?

Thanks!

 

1) yes, tirecare can be used for tires that were previously patched

 

2) yes, tirecare will not interfere with the worm plugs


Hi Question(s)

 

1) Does your product works with nitrogen filled tyres?

2) How long will your product liquid last? any warranty provided??

 

Thanks in advance !  

 

1) yes it works, no issues with nitrogen 

 

2) tirecare has a 5 years shelf life (in the bottle) from the date of manufacture. We also backed it with warranty throughout this period (i.e. if the liquid discolours within this period even after thorough shaking, we will gladly provide a 1-1 exchange)

 

cheers!


No independent test reports from bodies such as SGS and BV?

 

yes, tirecare is certified by SGS to be free of substance of very high concerns (SVHC)



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Posted 23 January 2018 - 11:08 AM

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Why Can’t You Repair Tyres with A Punctured Sidewall?

They say damage to sidewall is always different and complicated as compared to a standard tyre puncture. Most frequently, tyre sidewall puncture cannot be repaired at all, especially if some slices or cuts are deeply rooted. As far as tyre repair of regular puncture is concerned, it can be done very easily by oneself by parking the car or bike at an area with no traffic or at the nearest gas station. However, since the sidewall of the tyre is comprised of steel rings for more balance and power purpose, and also because the sidewall is profoundly thin with flex design to transfer the rest of vehicle’s power to the road, it is precarious and almost impossible to repair tyre puncture with the damaged sidewall. Most prominent reasons which tell us why tyre repair in case of the damaged sidewall cannot be done include:

 

Patching might work but at the cost of class and perfection: Sidewall tyre repair is made possible with several methods in recent times, one of them was patching, in this approach, cement tube that comes with repair kit is used. However, after when you have placed a patch on sidewall tyre puncture, there is a huge risk that your vehicle might not perform the functions at its best, it's as simple as that. Even if one opts to drive at a slow speed, there is a significant chance that tyre might blow out and cause injuries to people sitting in and going around.

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Similarly, tyres contain cords that make the function and contact of the vehicle with road convenient. In contrary to that, there are no cords on the sidewalls due to which cement patch keeps on leaking all the time as there is no way for the plug to cover tyre puncture or hole in the sidewall of the tyre.

 



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Posted 26 January 2018 - 05:13 PM

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Many new cars today are not equipped with a spare tire. Instead, what you get is a temporary repair kit.

You still need to visit the workshop to get the tire replaced or fixed. 

The temporary sealant may also damage your rims/tires/TPMS.

At TireCare, we have devised a solution to resolve this.

 

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Posted 02 February 2018 - 02:53 PM

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Tire Sealant : Whats's in the TireCare Revival Kit?

 



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Posted 07 February 2018 - 11:02 AM

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Puncture preventive solution!

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 02:27 PM

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Tire sealant used to be a temporary solution with limitations.

But technology evolves. At TireCare, we have engineered a cutting-edge formula without the limitations from yesteryear.

- Does not damage your rims/tyres/valves/sensors
- Easy application
- Permanent fix

 

Visit our showroom today for a no obligation live demo.

(please call 98190249 to make an appointment)

 

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