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32oz. Slime 2-In-1 Tire/Tube Premium Sealant EXPIRED

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Walmart has 32oz. Slime 2-In-1 Tire/Tube Premium Sealant on clearance for $5.15. Select free curbside pickup if stock permits, otherwise, free shipping on orders $35 or more or w/ Walmart+ Membership [Free Trial]

Alternatively, Amazon also has 32oz. Slime 2-In-1 Tire/Tube Premium Sealant on sale for $5.15. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.

Note, curbside pickup may vary depending on location. In stock soon at Amazon

About the Product
  • Instantly seals up to 1/4" punctures in tires and 1/8" punctures in tubes
  • Seals punctures for up to 2 years
  • Stops slow leaks
  • Safe and easy
  • Great for preventing flat tires

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  • Install in any of your tube or tubeless non-highway vehicles (including ATVs/UTVs, golf carts, riding lawn mowers, small trailers, scooters, bicyles, dirt bikes and more)
  • Enjoy two years of continuous flat tire protection
  • Offer valid while promotion/pricing last due to being on clearance
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Q:I know the label says not for highway use but everyone knows labels are for layers. has anyone tried it on their car with tpms sensors?

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A: Slime's new 2-in-1 Tire & Tube Sealant is formulated for non-highway tires and tubes, such as tractors, UTVs, bicycles, lawn mowers, etc. As a result, it has large repairing fibers that will not allow it to pass through a TMPS sensor and so should not be used in a highway vehicle tire.
There's 2 types of TPMS; direct and indirect. This would mess up the direct type, they have the sensors in the tires.
The indirect style just measures tire rotation from the antilock brake sensor, so there's nothing on the tire to get messed up.

That being said, a tire plug kit and 12v compressor is a far better option if your ok with getting your hands dirty.

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Q:I know the label says not for highway use but everyone knows labels are for layers. has anyone tried it on their car with tpms sensors?

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A: Slime's new 2-in-1 Tire & Tube Sealant is formulated for non-highway tires and tubes, such as tractors, UTVs, bicycles, lawn mowers, etc. As a result, it has large repairing fibers that will not allow it to pass through a TMPS sensor and so should not be used in a highway vehicle tire.
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There's a different one that IS highway rated... Not sure why that's different...
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TPMS is standard on all cars since 2008, so this won't work on cars essentially?
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Quote from armedmetallica :
There's a different one that IS highway rated... Not sure why that's different...
It's less fibrous and used more as an emergency repair, while this stuff is more used for "preventive" treatments in lawn mowers, UTVs, etc.

Glad someone mentioned that, I almost grabbed another one for the car. So much easier than changing a tire, and much better for your TPMS and corrosion than the regular cans of fix a flat.
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Perfect for the new pair of Rad e-bikes at the house. Thanks!
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if you care about your TPMS sensor, don't come close to this product
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Quote from lxc1227 :
TPMS is standard on all cars since 2008, so this won't work on cars essentially?
There's 2 types of TPMS; direct and indirect. This would mess up the direct type, they have the sensors in the tires.
The indirect style just measures tire rotation from the antilock brake sensor, so there's nothing on the tire to get messed up.

That being said, a tire plug kit and 12v compressor is a far better option if your ok with getting your hands dirty.
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My tire guy "for the love of god, please put this in any car. It gets really messy when changing tires"
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Quote from Msaleem5286 :
My tire guy "for the love of god, please put this in any car. It gets really messy when changing tires"
They get to charge you more and sell a new tpms sensor, probably tell you the tire is done for too buy a whole set.
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Used it once as instructed and it made the tire seriously out of balance. It felt like I was driving on a square tire. Don't recommend.
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In for 8 :-). Tractor, mowers, trailers, mountain bike and more.
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Anyone use this for mountain bikes (as a preventative? Or carrying out with you so you can use after getting a flat? Guessing using after a flat is better use?)

Same questions on lawn equipment or golf cart tires?

Thanks
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Quote from TheBigAlphaMale :
Anyone use this for mountain bikes (as a preventative? Or carrying out with you so you can use after getting a flat? Guessing using after a flat is better use?)

Same questions on lawn equipment or golf cart tires?

Thanks
I use this preventively in electric mountain bike and electric scooter. It works great!
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