Slime Original Formula Sealant For Tube Type Tires

Original Formula Sealant For Tube Type Tires

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Slime Original Formula Sealant For Tube Type Tires
  • Prevents and repairs flats and leaks
  • Long lasting and easy to install

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Slime Tube Sealant

I've used this twice now with my Shadow VLX. First time was a small puncture in rear tire where the nail just nicked the tube. Eventually forgot about it, put another 4000 miles on the rear and replaced tube when I put a new rear tire on the bike. Just got another flat, bigger nail this time, Slime'd it. Holding up well, but I'll likely change it out because of the larger puncture before I go too long on it.

Don - November 4, 2011

(Citrus Heights, CA)

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DIDN'T WORK AT ALL

I had a puncture in my rear tire and removed the tiny nail that was there and installed the sealant. I filled the tire with air and nothing happened after trying several times. Anyway when I removed the tube I saw the sealant coming out of the tube without repairing it so I guess it was a bad decision to buy it.

fares - September 12, 2011

(springfield gardens, NY)

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Get Slimed

Be careful how you check tire pressure - Your Gauge may get slimed.

Steve - August 3, 2010

(Gaines, MI)

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Saved the day and my tire

I had just got brand new tires on my '07 ZX6R Kaw. A few days after install, I picked up a piece of metal in my rear tire. Bought a bottle of slime, removed the valve stem, pulled out the metal, and dumped in the magic green goo. As soon as I started to put air in the tire the puncture sealed. I rode 5 miles checked the tire pressure and it was holding fine. Now months later you'd never know the difference!

BC - July 21, 2010

(Marion, IN)

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Slime original formula

My tires were already slimed. I picked up a roofing nail in my back tire, I saw it before I left work. I rode home 15 miles. I checked the tire pressure, not 1 pound lost. Patched the tire, installed a new Fly heavy duty tube, and slimed the new tube. Great product, really works as advertised.

Victor - March 5, 2010

(Fort Myers, FL)

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Slime

Upon arriving at Jellico, TN after 2800 plus ride from Reno, NV I found a rusted nail had punctured my front tire and tube. Evidently Slime did work then. However 1200 miles later a fence wire staple punctured my rear tire and tube. Slime did not seal the two holes, but leaked into the tire carcass. So far all rear punctures (3) have failed to seal.

Dean Chaney - June 24, 2009

(Sun Valley, NV)

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slime tube sealant

Stayed flexible after four years (some hot weather riding)in tubes of my 2000 Kawasaki KLR 650.

ted shannon - August 9, 2007

(mokelumne hill, Nova Scoti)
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