Mixing tire sealants?

Can anyone tell me if I can generally mix tire sealants if I want to top up a leaky tire? Or are there different types of sealants that you shouldn’t mix?

I’ve got about 5 different sealants sitting in my shed and can never keep track what tires have which.

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I think the most recent Nerd Alert covered this, but as long as they’re all latex based (and you don’t care about optimum performance), mix away.

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Are their other bases besides latex?

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There is, but I would consider that exotic

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Latex is a vegetable product, since Hevea brasiliensis is a tree.

Yes, there is a thing called synthetic latex, but there is also a thing called coffee substitute. It isn’t.

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I think Slime is non-latex.

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I use panaracer, which is recommended by Rene herse because of their porous side walls. Not sure if it is latex based but uses"crushed Walnut shells"… Probably in addition to latex

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Crushed walnut shells are an eco friendly alternative to solid fillers like plastic microspheres.

I am currently developing a bike degreaser / cleaner that is entirely plant based and am looking at making a shop hand cleaner as well so I’ve been looking at walnut shells as the abrasive.

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