Orange Armor

Technical Usage Information

Tire Application Guide

Read carefully before installation
  • Orange Armor must be allowed to thoroughly coat the inside of the tire and rim before complete tire protection is achieved. It is important to either drive the vehicle or rotate slowly several times after installation.

  • Note: Do not install in tires containing water, anti-freeze, calcium chloride, or any other liquid ballast or other sealants. Orange Armor may become ineffective.

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No mixing or special preparation is needed before use. It is easy to install using our hand injector pump without needing to deflate the tire.


Orange Armor is completely water soluble for easy cleanout of a tire if recapping or patching a large puncture is required.

No Harm to Tires or Wheels

The sealing action of Orange Armor is completely mechanical - there is no chemical reaction that might harm the tire or cause corrosion on the wheel.


Orange Armor remains effective for the life of the tire and has an indefinite shelf life.

Stays in Place

Orange Armor will not migrate to the bottom of the tire when the vehicle is stopped.

Effective in Heat and Cold

Orange Armor remains fluid and effective in temperatures between -45 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit.

Optimized for Tubeless Tires

Orange Armor is extremely effective in tubeless tires and less effective in tube type tires.

Safe to Use

Orange Armor contains no asbestos fibers, is non-flammable and meets EPA standards for municipal disposal.

*As a safety precaution, eye protection is recommended when injecting into high-pressure industrial tires.


Using Orange Armor does not void tire manufacturer warranties.

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