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  • Nafisah Shamsuddin
    Tyre Sealant is effectively an adhesive gel that is applied directly through the tyre valve. The gel fills the tyre, sealing the puncture from the inside so that the car can be driven to safety. To apply the sealant, a compressor is required to inject the gel through the tyre valve.
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