then injected 60ml through the valve with the core removed.
That's still an awful lot of liquid latex considering you could fix most small punctures with about a third of that.
All this stuff is not going to magically disappear and will amass at the point where the wheel/tyre imbalance is greatest though.
Significantly, they said the latex in the sealant (it has *does* contain latex/synthetic latex, but not ammonia) won't conjoin the opposing walls of your latex tube if the tire deflates over time and the tube walls collapse onto each other. That's kinda important.
Vey important indeed as I've lost at least a few tubs because of that as will have numerous others. So this new synthetic latex formula knows what to stick to and what not?
Either way, good to see they at least recognized the problem. One some of us have been warning against for at least half a decade...
I still have one Veloflex Carbon in the cellar with a replaced inner tube because of that and another where I still need to figure out a way to separate the inner tube from the casing somehow.
Yep, liquid latex is a damn good glue..... And a sure way to ruin the best tubular when used pre-emptively....