Looking for a super lightweight but badass tubeless sealant? Boom, you've just found it my friend! Muc-Off's No Puncture Hassle performs under the most brutal race conditions. The cutting-edge microfibre molecules fill the bigger holes and tears, whilst the advanced latex forms a strong seal instantly. Our formula also contains a unique UV detection system that highlights any punctures you haven’t seen during your ride.
Developed with the world's top downhillers and pro peloton teams to give you the finest tyre sealant available. It's non-corrosive, biodegradable and easily washes off with water. Compatible with tubeless ready and full UST wheels/tires, No Puncture Hassle works from 15psi-120psi and temperatures from -20°C to +50°C. Our pouch is designed to fit your Presta valve perfectly and is ideal to add to your toolkit or ride pack for emergency top ups on the go!
- For Downhill/Enduro/Road.
- Seals tears and holes up to 6mm.
- Seals porous tyres and bead/rim gaps.
- Lasts up to 6+ months in temperate climates* and won't ball up.
- Contains cutting-edge microfibre molecules to fill large holes and tears.
- Includes unique UV detection system that highlights any punctures.
- Biodegradable, non-corrosive and easy to wash off with water.
- Ammonia free.
- CO2 Compatible.
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Great color and poor performance
I'm only 3 rides into using the Mic-Off No Hassle Tubeless Sealant and it has been anything but no hassle. I've had 2 small punctures that were less than 2mm that wouldn't seal and nearly left me stranded. 4 CO2s got me home, but I expected more considering all the claims. Not as good as Stans or Orange Seal.
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