Tubasti is now our preferred glue - it's quicker, cleaner, simpler and stickier than anything else we've found.
One tube does two wheels
Keeps tubs firmly in their place
Not much at this price
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If, like us, you've been struggling with the stringy, thin consistency of Continental's ubiquitous tubular glue for years, then today is a good day!
Tubasti's rim cement is awesome stuff, with a texture like chewing gum. One 25g tube has enough to give your wheels four layers - two per rim - and this is more than enough to get the job done.
Used sparingly and spread over the rim with a toothbrush, the first layer doesn't seem to be absorbed by the rim as is normally the case, so the second layer is the last
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