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Great stuff but not enough in the small tube to do one tire correctly ...
I boil some water in a pan first , then put the open can of glue in the pan to heat up the glue and use a small paint brush
to apply each thin coating ... do not put can in pan while on heat source ..... Fire Marshall Bill
I agree with the Montana gent's review do one on the rim and one on the tire wait 24 hours then do it again an wait 24
when ready to mount the tire brush a fresh thin layer to the rim that acts like solvent between the cured dry base layers
Have just enough air in the tire to roll it into position being very careful to properly seat the valve stem first while seating
the tire in both directions away from the valve finally you end up opposite of the valve kneading slack out of the tire
as you go so at the end you have only couple inch to roll on ...if too much air in tire , now let some out , put the monkey
grip fingers to work eyeball the tape strip on both sides make sure it is even and work the centerline tread into position
judge your good work by how much glue you want to remove from the sidewall when you are done none is very good
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