Topic: Re: Green slime and tire mounting questions
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Chuck, I spent 22+ years as an owner of a tire shop. Dish soap is not slick enough for the job, It can and will break down the rubber along the bead area, so does grease from the grease tubes that 1 uses to lube machinery. The slickest stuff we found was called Big Blue, it is made by Bowes, a professional tire repair supplier. We tried all the ones that are mentioned in this post. As far as green slime, when we were brought a tire with that junk in it, the price per repair went up by $10.00 per tire. It just hides the holes "temporly' till you get them to a tire shop for proper repair, especially in a tube. You would need gallons of the stuff to do any good in a rear tractor tire.
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