A TRUCK DRIVER'S BEST FRIEND It is easy to install slime tire sealant in the event of a flat tire, allowing you to get back on the trail in no time. Tires for bicycles, dirt bikes, and wheelbarrows can be repaired and prevented from going flat. (1/4 up to
Back to the beginning A PLAN FOR THE FUTURE Whether you're a mountain bike enthusiast, a road cyclist, or you drive a car every day, our tire sealant can help prevent wear and tear on your tires. You can get back on track with it if you use it effectively. Carrying it is simple
The device is light weight and simple to use. It is easier to carry this motorbike tire sealant since it is lighter in weight. As well as being easy to put in your car or attach it to a bike, it can be easily stored
This item is durable This product is guaranteed to perform for up to two years and works after The formula does not exist A toxic substance that is non-toxic It is not corrosive A flammable, non-flammable material Easily aerosolized and soluble in water
This item is durable This product is guaranteed to perform for up to two years and works after The formula does not exist A toxic substance that is non-toxic It is not corrosive A flammable but non-combustible substance Easily aerosolized and soluble in water
Questions & Answers
In what way does this product (1004) differ from Slime Tube Sealant 10056?
I hope the above clarification will help clarify the 10004 can be used to operate bikes and dirt bikes in addition to wheelbarrows, and the 10056 can only be operated by bikes and dirt bikes.
This would be useful if I used it. I still need to fill the hole with a patch? How long is this going to last?
In the case where your tube hole is less than 1/8", then tube sealant will prevent the hole from leaking, therefore, there is no Adding more Slime to your tube will not make your tube permanent, but it will last for 2 years before you have to add more sealant to it.
In this case, what is the difference between the regular edition and the limited edition is marketed as a tubeless repair kit, so cannot be used on tubes, is that right?
It is my pleasure to answer your I think it is clear that something is wrong with this listing, and we are working on cleaning it up as quickly as we can. IMPORTANT If you have tubes on your tires, use this product (10004 16 oz). As indicated by the third-party marketplace seller (second option), there is no limited edition of this bottle. The one that has the sealant that prevents and repairs flat tires in tubes will work for up to 2 years if you choose the one that ships and sells from Amazon (first option).
What are the advantages and disadvantages of it for 27 inch bike wheels?
It does work for bike wheels with a diameter of 27 inches
Selected User Reviews For Slime 10004 Tube Repair Sealant, 16 oz. (Bicycles, Dirt Bikes, All Tires with Tubes)
If you don't have it, you can't scooter
An electric scooter I own went flat due to a puncture. It's notoriously difficult to remove the tubes from scooters in order to replace or repair them. Although I didn't manage to remove the steel wire that caused the picture, I filled the tube with Slime and it worked! I was really surprised by the leak. It would go flat within minutes. As a result, the pressure held for the entire night. My jaw dropped when I saw that! My update is that I added 4 oz of Slime to the other tube as a preventative measure. Since I've ridden more than 100 miles on my scooter, I haven't experienced a flat tire. It is impossible to know how many flats I would have gotten without this special offer, so it is difficult to gauge how well it is working. I am satisfied with how my tires feel and I am satisfied with how they are performing.
| Jan 03, 2021
The experiment was a failure
The attempt failed. My tire tube is now complete with this. Everything went according to plan. It was a thorn in the flesh. I couldn't even stop the flow of air to my tire, as though nothing had tried Was there a problem with the batch I received? It's not a lot, but I believe you can see the hole size in the picture. It can't even fill in that information, what else can it do?.
| Jun 14, 2021
Maintains tires at a proper pressure
It is a blessing to have this product since we live in El Paso, here there are these thorns from the weeds that we call pokeys. It's hard to ignore these little hellions because they stick to everything and are very hard to break. We had to throw out all of our shoes, tires, and anything else they stuck In order to buy Kevlar tires for our two little boys, my husband and I had to buy a set of them The seller found the game and we bought it (after numerous flats where pokies were involved). A couple of ounces was put in the air gap, the valve stems were placed back in, and then we spun the tires around, and the tires have been inflated for a couple of weeks now without any issues. It's also not messy at all to use.
| Jan 11, 2021
The reviews I read made me think this was trash
The reviews I read made me think this was trash. Although I had a few challenges in the beginning of the "installation," I am grateful for their support Having read the instructions and paying attention to the valve area, you will be able to fix the problem Rephrase before you re-write A valve is being installed. I find it to be pretty amazing. It seems like I am stuck with spikes all the time in the desert, because I am there every weekend. The tires I have are in bad shape. It still feels like the same amount of This is amazing, I am so happy I discovered it. My recommendation to some other riders is that it really When I applied the slime to my KLX110L and my TW200, I added some penetrating oil to the valve before applying the slime. By doing so, I can ensure that Slime won't stick to the valve area and then before reinserting the valve, I just blow some air into it. You can do it any way you want. Worked for me. Every piece of glass, spike, dead cactus or spike I run over, I run over. The fact that your tires are pretty much indestructible is just a good feeling. After dumping almost a full 16 oz bottle on my TDUB rear tire, I was left with a sticky mess. My tire is huge and I don't want it to go flat. It's probably not recommended, but I want to be careful. As a result, I know it will not. Use whatever you want and have a lot of I find it to be very helpful. Wishing you the best of.
| Apr 06, 2021
I originally purchased this product in order to be able to repair damages without having to remove a bike wheel
However, the product is useless and would be better served by a different product. In fact, I got nowhere after I tried to do this with a flat There was no way for me to get the product into the tube while it was still on a wheel within a tire - regardless of how I angled it - I could not get the product into the tube no matter how hard I squeezed the bottle. The liquid would either stay inside the tube or spew outside of it. In spite of giving up on getting the goo into a punctured tube that was still on my bike, I was able to get the product into a new tube before installing it onto the bike. Was the goo enough to prevent further Not at all! As well as having a flat with goo in the tube, when I changed the tube (hours after the initial puncture), I discovered liquid goo inside the tire - the result was an open hole. Goo did not seal the hole and was still in a liquid state, rather than a solid state, hours later. It is hard to see how the product (and all positive reviews) are anything other than scams based on my experience. I have added the following to the above The product is worthless when it comes to flat repair or prevention, and the maker should all go to jail. However, it has one benefit, which is that it can be used to repair windows on the road. Despite the fact that the product is incapable of plugging even a tiny leak, the bright green liquid goo oozing out of the tube can be used to locate and patch small holes.
| Jul 04, 2021
I rate this product as a 6 Star Product
It does not always work "instantly", but it This is what I used for my mountain bikes, now I use it for my dirt bike, and it is the same for both front and rear flats. Instructions (mine), * If there is still air in the tire, hold the stem of the shrader valve with your fingers and remove it at the last second.
Attach the valve stem to the bottle, and squeeze some air into the tube. Replacing your Shrader Valve (or whatever valve you are using) will solve the problem. You should air up your tires first. Then ride your bike or motor bike for a while. While I have had good success when I cannot just ride, I have turned the tire every 15 minutes or so by 90 degrees or a quarter turn so that the slime, since I am usually unsure of where the puncture is, can move over every inch of the tube.
| Mar 12, 2021
I don't want to work because it's a mess!
| Jul 02, 2021