Search Google. It is there.
This link is in Canada.
The USA has Ride On tire sealant, main feature being water based opposed to other sealants that are solvent based and make a mess, so you can't patch a tear, and get charged an excess at tyre/tube change in a store.
I found a local importer of Ride On, but it was fairly pricey. I was a believer and considered investing in a drum to on-sell as a service to cover the costs so fellow riders could get it cheaply as well. Somewhere in the months since then I forgot about it.
Planning to do a lot more riding again, and feeling vulnerable on new 3 wheeler with 3 different wheel tracks to pick up a puncture, I went looking for radial puncture repair tools.
I stumbled across True Blue Puncture Goo and was told by the lawn mower stockist it is water based so I can wash off the puncture area and use a patch. The toxicology says wash with soap and water, here's the MSDS:
So I've ordered 7 x 500mL bottles (good price + saving on freight).
I've got an unused bicycle tyre with a flat so I'll test it out with a little bit on that first without patching it, then use it in my active bicycle and see how it lasts.
I figure in tandem with the plug kits for radials and patches for tubes it will be a handy bottle with each bicycle/bike/car.
Once it arrives I'll post up pics/review of the bicycle tube test.
The ride on lawn mower guys use it for the constant thorns they get, so I don't think I'll be disappointed.
'05 TW200 + Emgo handguards, RK O-ring chain, Cycleracks rear rack, John (Mule's) seat bolts, hybrid TW/XT350 seat, Clarke XT350 natural tank, 2inch bar raisers, Jimbo's cafe shield, Utah Sport Cycle's Ricochet Engine Bash Plate, Full synthetic oil for cooler operating, Updated Yamaha pleated oil filter. Soon to add - Acerbis supermoto higher front fender Not sure I'll fit at all - Northern star hurricane oil cooler with Spal fan, John (Mule's) oil cooler filter cover, Wiseco high compression piston.
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