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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-04-2008, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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Tire Shine......

What do you use and how long does it last?

I use Mothers tire shine and trying to find out if there is something better?



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i use the armor all tire gel.
the spray stuff just gets rims dirty,



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I use Meguirs Insane shine, not overly greasy like the Armor all spray.
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Meguiars as well. I usually wet a rag down with the stuff and then wipe the tires. Then I don't get any on my rims. But if I end up spraying, I just wipe the rims down after. Then they don't get dirty. Pretty simple.

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I have tried lost of different ones, but lately I have been using Duponts Teflon Tire Shine. Work greats, not greasy, nothing sticks and non-petroleum based.

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Meguires, lasts longer than the others and is easy to apply

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I use Turtle Wax Wet 'n Black.

Never spray the tires - what a mess!

I spray the product into a plastic cup and paint it on the tires with a 2 inch brush.

I then use an old rag ( which will be thrown out) to even out the product and buff out the tire so it doesn't have the insane shine.

Lasts for quite a while!
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what no "zaino" products ? lol jk jk

i used the Black Ice or something like that....it was crap even after wiped off it left black streeks up the white paint when driving was a PITA
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Armor All tire shine for me. The cheap stuff in the spray can just attracts dust.

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