The 'Profile Rubber Glue' looks more like the contact cement that you would glue commercial carpets with, however, I have never used it before. You might try a test of that to see if it will hold-up for a basetape, or not.
Ok, i found shoe contact cemment, glue the tape on the tires using peaces from old tire.
Scratched as much old glue as possible
Put a new layer of glue on the tire
Cleaned the rim even better using Effetto Mariposa (totaly like brand new)
Then cleaned the rim with Aceton as better as possible..
Two very thin layers of glue on the rim (24 hours time between), and third final glue coat (also thin)
Put the tire , centered. Use the pole to press the tire all over surface (both sides). Then roll the tire/wheel with my weight.
Put some zip ties on the valve part
And waited 24 hours. Push test failed again
I really done everything by the book. Is it possible that Effeto Mariposa have some thin layer on the rim (even i was cleaning the rim really detailed with the acetone), which make problems with Vittoria glue at the end? And when i tried to use the light to check the rim surface, it was looking totaly brand new with no signs of every other layers of something..
Now Effeto Mariopsa again to remove the glue, and ill start all over. It's strange that with brand new tire, it was almost perfect. The problems started as soon as i decide to reglue that tire , since valve was a bit up from the rim.
So should i bin this tire, and start all over with new tire?
Before glueing of rim again.. Should i clean the rim maybe with alcohol instead with acetone?