Okay, I have to ask. Say you've finished a customer's vehicle and you've applied a high-tech-more-slippery-than-snot coating or sealant on the vehicle's inner rims. The customer drives off with low-profile large diameter rims and gets a flat that has to be replaced and cannot be patched. These coatings/sealants make it much easier to throw wheel weights if the area where the wheel weight is being applied is not prepped properly. Good wheel weight adhesion is imperative and throwing wheel weights on large diameter rims (depending on where the wheel weights are placed) is not all that hard. What have you told your customer regarding the coating/sealant on the inner rims to tell the wheel and tire shop when they go apply wheel weights?