I get no more flat tyres with Puncturesafe

Working around rough ground and sites under construction I know I can get punctures…

I found Puncturesafe Kent who are specialist when it comes to puncture prevention and extending the life of your tyres. Whether it be installation, products or general information, we can provide the best customer service.

How can Puncturesafe Tyre Sealant help me?

aboutThe Puncturesafe range is the market leader in tyre sealants and is absolutely extraordinary in its effectiveness at sealing punctures that occur in vehicle tyres. Our products, different grades for different applications, are installed into the tyres as a puncture prevention component, so if you’re unlucky enough to get a puncture from a nail, screw or piece of glass, then Puncturesafe seals the hole almost instantaneously and you’re unlikely to even be aware that it has occurred!

Developed and manufactured in the UK, using 21st century polymer technology, Puncturesafe can be installed within minutes through the tyre valve, without removing the wheel or taking the tyre off. With the movement of the vehicle, Puncturesafe will completely coat the inner surface of the tyre with a thin uniform coating. Puncturesafe is now on guard, sealing any punctures as they happen.

servicesDIY bottle range
Available in single and twin packs for bicycle, motorcycles and cars. Also available as a large 2 litre twin pack for off road vehicles, touring caravans and trailers.

High pressure pump
Enables easy installation into any tyre with minimal pressure loss. We offer a bespoke calibrated pump for continuous use, or an inexpensive version for infrequent use.

products5 litre container
Complete with an inexpensive low pressure pump – usually for the cycle grade, however all grades can be supplied in this container,

20 litre container
Containing 720 units of puncture safe and can be supplied for :-

Cycle grade

  • High speed grade – cars, motorcycles
  • Heavy duty high speed grade – HGVs
  • Extra heavy duty low speed grade for construction, farming, off road vehicles, touring caravans, horseboxes and trailers.

booknowFor further information please go to: www.puncturesafekent.com

Raised beds are a doddle


Raised beds, seats, greenhouse bases, pond surrounds and steps – adding new features to your garden can be costly when you need to call in a builder or carpenter. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We’ve teamed up with WoodBlocX to offer readers the chance to to help you a good deal on a self-assembly kit for creating raised beds and garden features.

For more information please contact us.

Butt ugly: are looks important when you’re buying a water butt?

I thought I’d seen it all when it comes to water butt design, but I came across two products this week that proved me wrong.

The Rock water buttThe Rock water buttFirst was the Rock water butt. I have no idea why anyone living outside, say, Yosemite would want a water butt that looks like a reject from the set of an early Star Trek episode, but I’d love to know if you have one of these in your garden. Then came the Lily Ecoseat butt – yes, it’s a water butt you can sit on. Theoretically it’s a bit more useful, but really, who wants to sit under a drainpipe?

Back in the day water butts were made of green plastic or a rustic wooden barrel if you were posh. Now you can buy butts that look like tree trunks, Greek amphoras, gothic buildings, Roman columns and even water features.

The Lily Ecoseat water buttThe Lily EcoseatBut assuming that you’re happy enough to have a water butt that looks like a water butt, there are some other considerations. In small gardens, butts can take up a lot of space: I have two of these wall-mounted water butts which work well, although their capacity isn’t enormous.

If you want to save money and the environment, you can convert a wheelie bin into a water butt, and heavy-duty blue industrial food barrels are a popular choice as make-do-and-mend butts on allotment sites.

What are you looking for when you buy a water butt? Large storage capacity, good looks or value for money? Share your water butt wisdom below.