Directions for use (read warning before use): 1. For best results, move car slightly so that the puncture is in the 6 o'clock position. If possible, position tire valve in upper half of tire. 2. Shake can vigorously for 30 seconds before attaching hose to tire. Remove cap, unwind hose and tightly screw nozzle clockwise onto tire valve. 3. Hold can upright and push button down firmly. Product will be activated automatically. Do not shake can while hose is attached to valve stem to avoid hose breakage, which might cause contents to spray eyes, clothing or vehicle. 4. Only when product stops moving through the clear hose, release button. Then, unscrew hose. 5. Make sure tire rim lifts off the ground. 6. Only if rim is off the ground, drive vehicle immediately a short distance (2 to 4 miles) to allow tire pressure to increase and sealant to spread evenly inside the tire. 7. If needed, add air up to manufacturer recommended pressure. 8. Have tire repaired by tire professional within 3 days or 100 miles whichever comes first. Note: Fix-A-Flat® provides a quick emergency repair. Treated tires should be repaired by a qualified tire professional at the earliest opportunity to ensure safety and proper cleaning of tire pressure sensor if so equipped. We recommend treated tire be repaired within 3 days or 100 miles after use of Fix-A-Flat, whichever comes first. Advise tire professional of product use. Deflate tires containing Fix-A-Flat only in well-ventilated areas. If tire rim does not lift off ground after product use, have tire repaired. Fix-A-Flat will not repair sidewall or severe damage, cracks in wheels or rim leaks. If temperature is below 32 degrees F, warm can using vehicle's interior heater vent before use. If Fix-A-Flat is spilled on paint, wash off immediately with water.
Always refer to the actual package for the most accurate information