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  • Rorschach
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    Art latex,splosh of windscreen wiper fluid and a soupcon of water (season to taste).

    Premier Icon Simon
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    What about something to bulk it up and seal punctures? I’ve read about folk using glitter or grated rubber?

    Rorschach
    Member

    Parmesian?

    cafe latex uses used coffee grounds i believe.

    Or just use stans, £20 for a bottle and it lasts a couple of years of tyre changes across three bikes for me!

    Rob Hilton
    Member

    grated rubber

    I thought it’d be a good idea to grind up the knobblies someone cut off a wetscream & add them to tubeless goop.

    It wasn’t.

    Killed the blades of my spice grinder instantly 😕

    Premier Icon Simon
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    Anyone made their own tyre sealant? Did it work?
    If it did work, what recipe did you use?

    Premier Icon Andy R
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    Mark Datz always used to reckon that duk down (from a duk) was the stuff to use. Actually, if you could chop it up into small pieces, it’s probably not a bad idea.

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