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It works for cars, so why not bikes? Just like that fix-a-flat stuff you wonder about using, this milky goo seals small leaks and punctures, up to 1/4in. And the stuff works really well. The kit can convert most tubed tires to tubeless. And if you're already riding tubeless, it makes running low pressure and riding through thornbushes, glass gardens, and herds of goathead thorns all the safer.

For those who are wondering, no the sealant doesn't freeze, doesn't alter the balance of the wheel, and can work in any kind of tubeless tire when combined with a UST or tubeless-ready rim. If you have a standard clincher wheelset, bear in mind that you'll still need to prep your wheels with a tubeless conversion kit before taking advantage of this sealant. The one-quart container can seal up to 16 tires.

Tubeless 101: The Why and the How Explained.

  • One quart
  • Seals up to 16 tires

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Tubeless ready

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A tubeless set up is a must these days, with benefits including added traction and puncture resistance. The Stans tire sealant is a proven industry leader and makes set up a breeze.

Leader in sealant

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

They know what they are doing when it comes to sealant. This formula has been great for years and has always done the trick. If you can I recommend bumping up to the "Race Sealant", as it will plug bigger holes and you will have less flats.

Just remember to replace now and again

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Not much can be added here, other than a reminder to replace the sealant seasonally, especially if you rack the bike for the winter. I've been caught off guard with dried up latex wads in my tires after a few months of non-use.
*Just purchased the new-ish Stan's Race Formula, excited to get using it

Lots of Latex

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Tubeless set up is a must. I just recently built up a Niner Jet9 Plus and it was my first experience with plus sized tires. I quickly discovered that 2.8" tires required 4x the amount of Stan's over standard width tires. Once I injected the proper amount, Stan's has done the trick and kept my set up sealed nice and proper.

Seal it up

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been using this for tubeless tires for years without any problems. If it doesn't let your tires go flat, don't fix it. Besides, who doesn't love a good Stans monster popping up around the house

Great sealant, great value

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Not much to say that hasn't already been said. This stuff works great. If you ride in a dry climate, you'll need to re-plenish the sealant in your tires regularly so buy the 32oz jug so you always have some around!

The Best

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When used as directed, Stan's sealant handles business without complaint. I've tried a bunch of the other sealants over the past few years, and nothing seems to work as well.

Stans vs Orange Seal

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There are really only 2 products that I have used with success in tubeless setups. Stans and Orange Seal. I personally think they both are 5 stars as they both execute a good seal with tubeless setups. In my experience Stans seals up nicely and is reliable, however, needs to be replaced more frequently than Orange Seal. Orange Seal is more expensive but lasts longer in the tire. If you get a flat and the stuff gets anywhere on your frame it's super tough to clean off, which is a good testament to how this stuff seals up in a tire. One other difference between Stans and Orange Seal is Stans will produce sealant goblins and tires are a pain to clean out, Orange seal settles over time and will peel out with much less effort. Good things on both products but make sure you choose one or the other as you don't want to blend them.

Stan's rules

    I love Stan's and it's the best. I know there's another brand but I wouldn't use it because Stan's is so good. Well, I might try another brand, but I love Stan's and it's the best.

    Nobody Listens to Turtle!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Been using Stan's for years, it is the staple for all tubeless riding in my opinion! I gave this to a buddy as a gift. Not sure he knew what he was doing....was running that green slim stuff in his tires....way too thick! " I don't know what wrong man, I've had 4 flats in the last week?!" As he is changing his tire putting in a tube removing the old from prior week flats. Whats that grease allover you tube? I'm running that slime stuff? No Bro! I'll get ya what ya need.....needless to say.....NO MORE FLATS! Do it!