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8 years, 1 month ago
I have a can of fix-a-flat in my car, and when the temperature dropped last week, the stuff froze solid. I didn't notice any damage to the can.
Is it compromised? If that's a possibility, then I will just replace it. Don't want to find out the hard way.
Feb 10, 2015 at 2:26
J. Musser J. Musser
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According to the
Fix-A-Flat website FAQ, it's still good once thawed:
Yes, if the temperature falls below 32 degrees Fahrenheit it will freeze. The product in the can is not damaged and may be used after thawing. If the product is in the tire, and freezing weather is predicted, then immediately take the vehicle to a qualified tire professional for repair.
Feb 10, 2015 at 3:12
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