Discussion in 'Detailing' started by shadowhawk, Dec 4, 2017.
303 for sure
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Take your choice----
I also agree with the comments about 303. Does an excellent job, and leaves your tires with a natural clean look instead of really shiny look. Can be sprayed on and doesn't take long to dry--so no sling. Also 303 is a good product to use on the interior of your truck.
I'd recommend NOT using armorall Outlast tire glaze. It's and aersol that I picked up from AutoZone to try. The nozzle was plugged so I took the cap off and used a nail punch to half arse spray. Didn't realize until it dried that it also splattered/puddled a glazing on my wheels. Says the stuff lasts for 100 washes. It stayed on my wheels for a good six plus months. Lasted on the tires probably for 2 months or so. There's still spots on my concrete driveway that are waterproof from this stuff. This kinda stuff should definitely not be in aerosol form.
Another product I've had good success with is Maguires #40. It's for rubber and vinyl. It's a little shiner than the 303 but it dries pretty quickly so no sling and it's a spray so you can get pretty uniform coverage.
So, have you found something that works good yet? I'm literally thinking about trying a larger very fine haired paint brush lol like you my tires chew up foam and the foam is falling apart after like 3 tires. I tried a rag and a MF applicator and both dont work good and also waste a lot of product.
I'm tempted to try a small paint brush, and spray the product on the brush.
If you do please let me know how it goes, if i dont hear first i will post here kuz thats my next and last idea i got
I use Black Magic , but am not very happy with it as it is a mess.
Using 303 on my bed cover and interior, may have to give it a shot on the tires
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