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Bare Ground Tire Grip Spray Can


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  • ASIN: B000K3KCVO
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,258,889 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jon Norris TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 19, 2010
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I decided to try this when I moved to non-studded Winter tires. I have used two cans of it over the course of two winters, and I will say that it does add a noticeable amount to traction, especially on ice or wet surfaces. If you get some on your hand (easy to do when spraying tires), you find out very quickly just how sticky it gets when wet. It is an odd feeling at first to feel something get stickier rather than slicker when wet. It feels very much like a high quality duct tape stickiness when it is wet on your hands. I can see where that kind of stickiness would improve traction.

It can be a bit tricky to get on your tires. Trying to spray something like this in cold (or windy) weather is not fun, and trying to keep the can upright while try to navigate inside wheel wells to cover as much of the tire as possible can be a chore. (Leaning it at too much of an angle will get you a spray of the propellant instead of the goop.) It takes some practice to get good at spraying it, and then you have to learn to wait four or five minutes before driving to let it "set" on the tires. It seems to work better if the tires start out dry, but that is not often possible.

It does wear off pretty quickly, and the 50 mile limit cited in the directions would probably be driving straight through, not a total over more than a day. It doesn't seem to last more than a few hours or so when not driving, so there is a time factor as well as mileage.

I am pleased with it. It seemed to perform very close to studded tires when used on my Toyo Observe studless winter traction tires (which are rated to qualify as a Winter traction tire all by themselves). Of course, when dealing with thousands of pounds of car on icy or slushy roads, nothing works as well as chains, not even studs.
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful By jerjorju on January 11, 2011
This sells for $19. Look elsewhere on Amazon, etc. I have used a similar product Sure-Drive I think it is called.
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