SLIME Bike-Tube Sealant - 8 Ounces

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SLIME® bike-tube sealant is an easy way to be prepared for unexpected flats. It instantly seals many types of small punctures, and it remains liquid for up to two years. Simple to apply, just remove the valve stem of your tube, spray it in, and reseal; now, you can head on your way into thorny territory.

Get your new SLIME® bike-tube sealant today from Sports Authority.

Features



  • Bike-tube sealant
  • Prevents and repairs punctures up to 1/8 inch (3 millimeters)
  • Remains liquid inside the tire, coating the tread area as the tire rotates
  • Non-toxic, non-hazardous, non-flammable, non-aerosol and water soluble
  • Not intended for use in tubes losing pressure from sidewall punctures, bead leaks, damaged rims or faulty valves; not intended for tubeless tires

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SLIME Bike-Tube Sealant - 8 Ounces
 
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5.0

Worked for me.

By Ghost Man

from Sugar Land, Texas

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Sealed the flat

Cons

  • Can clog the stem

Best Uses

  • Casual Riding
  • Mountain Biking
  • Road Biking

Comments about SLIME Bike-Tube Sealant - 8 Ounces:

I got a flat on my mountain bike tire. I ran over a label with a staple in it (two small holes). I used half the bottle (4oz) of Slime as directed. After putting in the Slime I pumped up the tire a little. I then spun the tire numerous times. I then put the required air in the tire and rode the bike around the block to make sure the Slime pressure filled the holes. That was two weeks ago and it's still holding. I put the remaining Slime in my other tire to prevent flats. The second time I made the mistake and got some Slime in the valve stem which clogged the stem. No big deal though. I just removed the valve stem again (easy task), cleaned it, and everything was fine. When I was cleaning the valve stem, I noticed the thin green fiberglass looking fibers. I guess this is how the sealant works. Either way, Slime worked for me.

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1.0

Don't waste your money

By misha

from NYC

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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        Comments about SLIME Bike-Tube Sealant - 8 Ounces:

        Used this when I got a flat tire riding around in NYC. Doesn't work at all! Followed directions and the flat tire remained flat.

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