Thru-Core Tire Sealant
Thru-Core Tire Sealant #60174
Slime Thru-Core™ Tire Sealant seeks out and instantly seals tread area punctures up to 1/4″ in diameter. There is no need to remove the valve core. Slime’s Thru-Core Technology™ seamlessly injects the new sealant formula through the valve stem directly into the tire. Then just air up your tire with a Slime inflator or an air source of your choice to get back on the road quickly. Slime Thru-Core™ Tire sealant is non-toxic, non-corrosive and tire sensor safe. This new easy install formula is tested and approved by leading automakers and cleans up easy with water.
Just screw the can onto your valve stem of your punctured tire and Slime’s Thru-Core Technology™ seamlessly seeks out and instantly seals tread area punctures up to 1/4″ in diameter. No valve core removal needed. Then just air up your tire with a Slime inflator or an air source of your choice to get back on the road quickly.
With a low freezing point of -35˚F (-37˚C) and a high separation point of 182˚F (82˚C), our sealants will remain effective under the most extreme temperatures. Our sealant is specially designed, making it safe for tires and rims. It can be safely removed from the tire, enabling the permanent application of an RMA (Rubber Manufacturers Association) approved plug/patch.
- Thru-Core Technology™
- No need to remove the valve core
- Seals Punctures up to 1/4" in seconds
- Tire Sensor Safe
- Temporary Repairs
- Automotive applications only
- Sealant tested and approved by leading automakers
|60174||16oz Thru Core|
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How much Slime per tire?:
To find out how much Slime you need in your tires, select a standard tire size below.
General tire and tube sizes and their required amounts are listed in the chart above and on our packaging. If you have large tires on your Motorcycle, ATV, Truck, Tractor or Passenger Vehicle, use our handy Slime Calculator (Application Table) to determine exactly how much Slime to install as your tire may require more than our general application amount.