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Bob4
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reply to Doctor Olds

Re: flat tire (a head scratcher)

Spray bottle with soapy water can be easier to use.


Doctor Olds
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said by Bob4:

Spray bottle with soapy water can be easier to use.

It can be for some, but for others it can be confusing...
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gillespie
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said by Doctor Olds:

said by Bob4:

Spray bottle with soapy water can be easier to use.

It can be for some, but for others it can be confusing...

Just curious but does it take a "special" person to find the bubbles? And yes I know there's bubbles when you spray the soap on the tire, but let's face it, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to find the bubbles that are getting bigger.


Doctor Olds
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said by gillespie:

said by Doctor Olds:

said by Bob4:

Spray bottle with soapy water can be easier to use.

It can be for some, but for others it can be confusing...

Just curious but does it take a "special" person to find the bubbles? And yes I know there's bubbles when you spray the soap on the tire, but let's face it, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to find the bubbles that are getting bigger.

Not everyone is mechanically inclined. I have seen several tires over the years that the owners tried to find a leak with soapy spray and couldn't.
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Kearnstd
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said by Bob4:

Spray bottle with soapy water can be easier to use.

I was thinking that, I know that is one of the ways plumbers check for leaks when pressure testing gas lines.
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