did what the directions stated *pour in the liner as soon as your done with the alcohol(part 2) rinses stage, even if still wet to prevent "flash" rusting* Anyways-I suggest using a fan to completely dry the tank between those steps I had some of that alcohol stuff still in the tank 4 days after putting in the liner. I do have one bike that has been lined with this for nearly 10 years now, sure it is yellowish but still attached well and no rust ever back in the carbs.
sport riding enthusiast - November 14, 2012
kreem is a dream
I recently purchased Kreem gas tank liner for the hybrid bicycle I was building. After applying the tank liner as directed, I noticed a little Kreem had oozed out of a seam on my tank, even though it was just a tiny amount that would have been a fuel leak if I hadn't used Kreem. The product was simple to use, and performed as promised. I'll will always use Kreem on any new gas tank I buy.