Originally Posted by Cpt.America
I decided to check them both and see which worked better. I applied wd-40 liberally to one set... Simplegreen to another, and let them sit for 30 minutes. Then I wiped off the excess, cleaned my hands, and did a simple check with my fingers to see which was "stickier"... and the Simplegreen was much more sticky.
Trouble is, the sticky feeling doesn't mean anything in the real world.
Tyres are always really difficult to get out of their cellophane packets, but try those tyres on carpet and they're always rubbish.
We had one guy (CCFM) put stuff on his tyres that was so sticky he manged to get one to stick to the 45deg angled piece of fencing by pushing it against it.
Put it on all 4 tyres like usual, went out it and found it was utter crap
Most additives just seem to be slimey when added to the tyres but it appears to be how it's contents react with the rubber.
At present my favourite is Tweak.