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Old 03-15-2019, 08:24 AM
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Yup. Rinsed all the powder and Slime off too.

I've tried inner tubes on things in the past and never really found them to work very well. They just aren't sticky or aggressive enough for me.

So far, of everything I've tried, stippling has worked best for anything plastic, and lasted the longest.

If I can't stipple it, skateboard tape has been the next best thing.
"Slime? Was this a brand new inner tube or a used one? A used one does not usually stand up very well, inflation changes its gripping ability.
 

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