TobinHatesYou wrote:Bontrager's is good. Just make sure you shake it very hard for a while so the solid particles get unstuck from the bottom. One good shake won't do it in my experience.
This was Keith Bontrager's home recipe for sealant from a GCN video:
Honestly the best thing to do is to order a large 32oz bottle of Orange Seal from overseas. It'll last you a very long time.
I'm getting closer and closer to buying a 2018 TCR with carbon rims and tubeless from the factory. It'll be my first experience with tubeless. I wonder how the Giant own-brand sealant is....
So you need to top up your sealant every few months? What happens to the old stuff? Does the liquid dry out, leaving you those squishy "boogers" people refer to?
Do you need to remove your tyres and clean the gunk out once a year to avoid them getting heavier and heavier over time with dried up sealant solids?