Shell Tyre Repair


Re-inflates and seals tyres to enable immediate driving in emergency situations where neither the tyre can be removed nor a spare is available.


  • Propane <30%
  • Butane < 15%
  • Ethane-1,2-diol <5%
  • Polyvinyl acetate <5%
  • Sodium benzoate <1%
  • Ammonium hydroxide <1%
  • Water <60%

How to use

  • If possible, remove the cause of the puncture and position the puncture at the lowest point of the tyre.
  • Shake well before use. Best performance occurs at room temperature (19-25 Deg C).
  • Screw nozzle firmly onto tyre valve.
  • Remove protective cap from aerosol. Hold can upright and press button to fill tyre. Continue until tyre is inflated then disconnect.
  • Immediately drive 5 to 10km at a moderate speed to allow product to act, whereby the liquid will spread evenly inside the tyre whilst driving, hence sealing the hole in the tread.
  • As soon as possible, adjust tyre pressure to the prescribed level and have the tyre examined by a professional
  • Only store in car trunk or boot
  • Not advised to be used for side wall damage to tyres
How to use Shell Tyre Repair


Hazardous Chemical, Dangerous Goods. Keep out of reach of children. Extremely flammable aerosol. May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways. Causes serious eye and skin irritation. Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure. Keep away from heat/sparks/open flame/hot surfaces – No smoking.
Pressurised container: Do not pierce or burn, even after use. In case of poisoning or an emergency call either your local poisons information centre or +61 2 9186 1132.