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Slime 10003 Tube Sealant - 8 oz.

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8 Ounce
  • Prevent and repair flat tires with Slime tube sealant
  • Instantly seals puncture up to 1/8 inch (3mm) using FibroSeal technology
  • Non-toxic, water soluble
  • Carries the Slime satisfaction guarantee
  • Worldwide leader in tire care
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Product Information

Size: 8 Ounce
Technical Details
BrandSlime
Model10003
Item Weight10.6 ounces
Product Dimensions0.6 x 1.8 x 1.8 inches
Item model number10003
Manufacturer Part Number10003
OEM Part Number 10003
ABPA Partslink Number 13
  
Additional Information
ASINB000ENOPPO
Best Sellers Rank #4,314 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 3, 2006
  
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Product Description

Size: 8 Ounce

Slime's sealants are simply the best in their class. Distributed in over 75 countries they are formulated with rust and corrosion inhibitors so they are safe for your rims tubes and tires. Never worry about a flat tire again. The name brand people know and trust for flat tire prevention and repair.

Customer Reviews

This product is made in the USA.
greenbreen
Now that I am riding a road bike, with much thinner tires and tubes, my tire liner is assailed multiple times every day.
The Amazing D
Slime patched the leak so fast the tire lost very little air.
John Wise

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Ira Carmel on February 14, 2008
Size Name: 8 Ounce Verified Purchase
I bought a bottle of slime for my wife's bike which has 700x tires. The local shop didn't have pre slimed tubes so I got to slime and tuffy them myself. The bottle came with a shreder valve removing tool build into the top of the cap. This worked fine with no problems. The instructions are clear, but do not mention using a little twisted up piece of paper towel to clean out the valve body before you put the stem back in to prevent clogged valves. Still I've not had a flat on either of our bikes since I've tuffy+slimed the tubes and tires.

On an unrelated note, the bike shop guys recommended against the Slime(tm) version of Mr. Tuffy. They said it is too sharp and can damage your tubes. They had high recommendations for the Mr Tuffy tire liners. The combination of the two items makes for a very strong bike tire.

Sincerely,
Ira Carmel
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D. Houston VINE VOICE on December 15, 2011
Size Name: 8 Ounce Verified Purchase
I ride about 20 miles per day whenever the weather permits and was averaging one flat tire every 10 days. Then I got Slime and also installed a special liner on the inside of my tires. Have gone many months now with not one flat. The Slime is easy to install and I put half a bottle in each tire. Although it has been about a year, there was also one incident where the Slime sealed the leak long enough for me to get home, avoiding a long walk. I have also noticed that with Slime in the tubes I have to air them less often (tubes naturally lose air over time and prior to Slime I was having to air my tires every week - now I just check them once a month). One caution is in order and that is that Slime does not seal all leaks. Slime is great for punctures, like from a nail, but it usually does not seal cuts or slashes in the tube (say from a piece of glass making much more than a simple puncture).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ken Muranaka on August 31, 2011
Size Name: 8 Ounce Verified Purchase
I mountain bike in CA I was getting flat tires from thorns on every ride, tire liners did not work, even though they say "free tube replacement" too much hassle. Slime has worked 100% of the time on thorns. Slime 10003 Tube Sealant - 8 oz.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T.M. Reader on June 26, 2013
Size Name: 8 Ounce Verified Purchase
I used this stuff for years in my motorcycle tires and never had a flat in a Slime equipped tire. I did have two flats (one front, one rear) on a couple of secondary m/c's I had, that did not have Slime in the tires. That was when I used to change my own tires on the garage floor. But I have a recent story. Nowadays . . .

Being older and less inclined to wrestle with tire changes myself, I now use a dealer shop to mount my replacement tires. I recently took my Yamaha in for the first rear tire change at 8000 miles. I had Slime in the tube and the mechanic complained that he couldn't get it to balance and had to install a new clean tube. OK. Then . . .

2 months and 600 miles later I walked out of a restaurant and there sat my bike on a flat rear tire. It was a small rusty nail. And I had not installed Slime in this new tire due to the mechanic caution about balancing. I got it fixed, but here's my situation nowadays. . .

I still am not using Slime pre-installed inside of my tubes. BUT - in my underseat storage compartment, I keep a new 8oz bottle of Slime and a compact 12v air compressor. I'm going to try from ever again being stranded helpless with a flat.

A final comment about running Slime full time, pre-installed. The manufacturer does not seem to recommend that on highway speed vehicles, and describes Slime as a temporary repair method only. OK, so that's what I'm doing now, plus preserving my proper tire balance. However, in my younger more worry-free years I ran tens of thousands of motorcycle miles with Slime pre-installed in my motorcycle tires, and never noticed a balance problem. I never had a flat either.

I'd keep one in the tool kit.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E.R. Garnett on December 22, 2013
Size Name: 8 Ounce Verified Purchase
This stuff works good on bicycle tires after a puncture occurs.However,it clogs the air valve open and causes the tire to deflate or clogs the air valve closed not allowing air to inflate the tire.This problem usually occurs when adding air to tire.I've used this stuff for years and have had the same problems but one thing can help prevent this problem is to let the air valve stem set for awhile in an 8 or 4 o'clock position to drain the chemical away from the air valve but the tire air pressure blows the stuff into the air valve.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Johnson on January 16, 2014
Size Name: 8 Ounce Verified Purchase
I bike about 5-6 miles nearly every day. Last year I had three or four flats in just a few days because the rear tire on my bike wore thin. After replacing the tire, I added Slime to both inner tubes. And then I went eight months without a flat or even a leak.

But my front tire, the original cheap factory-installed tire, is wearing out. As I was riding today, I suddenly heard "POP! HISSSSSS....sssss...sss..." and then silence. The front tire had been punctured. But sure enough, the Slime sealed the hole so fast that the tire only lost a few pounds of pressure. I rode the rest of the way home, about a mile, with no problems.

I decided to find the hole and put a patch over it, just in case. (It was quite easy to locate, since it had a tiny green bead of Slime to mark it.) However, I promptly discovered the drawback to using Slime. I couldn't get the inner tube to deflate completely. No air was escaping through the now-plugged leak, and holding the valve open only deflated the tire halfway. I tried to remove the valve core to get the rest of the air out, but I twisted and twisted and twisted it to no avail. Apparently the Slime blocked the valve so the core wouldn't come out and neither would the rest of the air. In other words, the Slime did exactly what it was supposed to do--it flowed toward a spot where air was leaking out, in this case the open valve, and sealed it off. Unfortunately, that highly effective Slime left me struggling to get the tire off the wheel, and once it was finally off, I couldn't get it back on. I eventually gave up and replaced the inner tube, even though the old one had only a tiny hole. (Yeah, I probably should have left well enough alone and never tried to patch it in the first place.)

So...it's a tradeoff.
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