About The Product
Slime Standard (Inner Tube) Sealant prevents and repairs flats caused by puncturing objects up to 1/8" (3mm). Slime works repeatedly, is non-flammable, non-toxic, non-aerosol, cleans up with water, and lasts for up to 2 years!
The Slime chemists have developed a state of the art system of environmentally-friendly fibers, binders, polymers, and proprietary congealing agents that intertwine and clot to seal punctures up to 1/4" (6mm) in tubeless tires and 1/8" (3mm) in tube tires. This FibroSeal lattice, together with the viscous transportation system, seeks out and tightly packs itself into any puncture area, preventing and repairing flats with a flexible, long-lasting plug.
Sealant Application Instructions
- The black cap is a valve core remover tool. Unscrew this tool from the top of the cap, and use it to remove the valve core from inside the tire valve stem
- Attach the provided filler tube to both the bottle and valve stem; squeeze in the recommended amount of sealant
- Screw valve core back into tire valve stem
- Inflate tire to recommended air pressure indicated on the outside of your tire; spin the tire to distribute sealant to the puncture area if being used as a repair
Note: If tire deflates after installation of sealant, examine tire to confirm that there are no punctures larger than 1/4" (6mm) in tubeless tires & 1/8" (3mm) in tube tires. Remove any puncturing objects, then reinflate and immediately spin tire to distribute sealant to the puncture area.
About The Brand
Since 1989, Slime has been committed to providing our customers with high quality, innovative tire care products. As the worldwide leader in tire care, they offer a complete line that allows them to present retailers and distributors with a category solution, while giving customers the tools they need to care for their tires, save money, stay safe and have fun. The first bottles of Slime sealant were blended by hand with a power drill and drywall blade in a garage on the Central Coast of California. In such close proximity to mountain biking trails and sandy dunes perfect for off-roading, it didn't take long for the "green slimy stuff", as it was often referred to back then, to develop a following. The Slime name stuck-and twenty years later their sealants continue to be at the heart of their business.