Most tire shops around me, southern mn wont touch it. They claim if it mixes with chloride it turns to gum in their pumps hoses etc. You would think someone would make something user friendly other than pricey cast
I have heard its a good product however every tire shop still uses calcium so if you have a flat your SOL because as others stated it cant mix with it which means the would need 2 tanks and pumps on there service truck plus likely extra of this product to replace what leaked and I bet no tire shop has gone to that expense yet not locally anyways
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