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    Shaken, stirred, and sealed.

    If tubeless is the new black, Stan's NoTubes Tire Sealant is a classic secret-agent tuxedo. Just pour some of this milky goo into your tubeless-compatible tires, pop them onto the bead, and spin 'em around to get an even coating that will protect you from leaks and punctures all the way up to 1/4in. It makes it safer and easier to run tubeless tires at low pressure, and can work with wheels designed to be run tubeless or wheels that have been converted to accommodate a tubeless setup. Sharp rocks, thorns, and broken glass won't ruin your ride anymore, and the ability to ride at lower pressures will increase grip when you're in slick terrain.

    • One quart
    • Seals up to 16 tires
    • Item #SNT0013

    Tech Specs

    1 quart
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Pesky Flats a Thing of the Past

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Ditch the tubes and go tubeless! I've been running Stans for 3 years now and it is one of the greatest mountain bike inventions in the last decade. Just put about 2 oz of sealant in your tire and it will seal up small holes you might get from rocks, thorns, ect. It really is a must have for any tubeless setup.

    Stan's the Man

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    As basically every review here states, stans is THE answer in tubeless sealant.
    It's reliable and a little goes along way.
    I used to be very anti-tubeless, and I finally feel that tire and wheel manufactures have caught up with tubeless technology.
    I've been using Stan's sealant exclusively for a couple of years and honestly cannot remember the last time I got a flat tire.

    Peace of mind.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have been running stans for 5-6 years now and have come to trust it. You can run your tires low and not worry about pinch flatting, and get a small hole and it will auto plug the hole. It is not the best for bigger gashes, but pair this with some tire plugs as a backup and you will be good to go!

    Stan's is the way to go

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've had Stan's seal some ridiculously large punctures. Very impressed on its performance. Always remember to add more sealant to your tire over time, as it does dry.

    The Benchmark

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There isn't too much to be said about Stan's that hasn't already been captured below. This stuff just plain works and works really well! I feel the latest formula is a bit more gritty than prior and this is a good thing as it will 'in theory' seal up any punctures faster. I highly recommend having a bottle of this around your at home shop; you can't have too much of this magic mix!

    Stans Sealent

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The only stuff to use for tubeless! I've used this stuff in all of my bikes and have never gotten a flat. It smells funky but works great.

    Why buy anything else

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    i have only used Stan's for years with no problems. This stuff lasts forever in your tire and when you run low, just add more. I've used it in tubes to provides flat protection and for tubeless setup. One thing I recommend is getting one of the 2oz bottles and refilling it with this. The small bottle has a nozzle that makes it much easier to install.

    Don't Know What You Got, Till Its Gone

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Tire sealant is one of those things you don't always know when it's working, but you sure know when it doesn't! I've been using Stans for years, tried a number of other sealants, and I always come back to Stans. Hands down the best on the market.

    Stan's the man!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This stuff is great. If you are thinking about going tubeless, let Stan be your guide. You will continue to reap the benefits through many changes of tires.

    Only way to go.

      If you ride mountain bikes then you already know all about Stan's. It is the staple when it comes to converting your ride to tubeless. It's relatively cheap and works like a dream. Get on that train and go tubeless, you won't be disappointed.

      Still works

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I started using Stans on my mountain bike 12 years ago. I just went tubeless on my road bike. I expected some fancy new product for road tires. Good old Stans was the recommended product and it worked perfectly. I just had a flat on my wheel barrow. Poured in some Stans and pumped it up, no problem. I guess if it works don't fix it.

      What everyone else said!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I'm about the stans, works great! I've had it in my tires for 4 years and have sealed even non-tubless tires (though you have to re-up more often). Just got the injector too, GAME CHANGER!

      You could make your own, but why? This stuff works great and your time is better spent making homebrew Skr@tch (Tums, fruit powder, honey, and salt to taste ;)