best tire spray

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  1. Jrod

    Jrod USAF 1997-2008 Military

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    I feel your pain, same tires, same gel :(
     
  2. brianw0048

    brianw0048 Senior Member

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    I just looked at the link - it's advertised as ONCE PER YEAR
     
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    My favorite for many years was STP SonOfaGun foam... the stuff King Richard (Petty) used to hawk. Left the tires BLACK!!, but not shiny. Haven't seen it in awhile, did it get discontinued? That seems to happen a lot when I find something I really like.
     
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    Can you tell me a little bit more about this stuff (w/out violating any CoC rules, of course)?
    Have you used it on any other trim bits? My black plastic parts are oxidized and gray, the website sez this stuff will take care of that. It also claims to actually rejuvenate the parts vs just soak em in oil to make em look better for a short time... like Armor-All.

    I don't have an issue paying for a product that works at least as well as it's own hype. I have a HUGE issue paying for re-branded baby oil that tries to pass itself of as some revolutionary new technology.... I had a dingbat trying to sell me some miracle-sh*t for the bags under my eyes the other day. It was pretty much Preparation H in a fancy squeeze-y thing for $100. I let the part where they singled me out of the crowd to sell me baggy-eyes miracle-schmeer... but $100 'roid cream for my face almost earned 'em a throat punch.
     
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    Graygoose Diplorable Crumb Collector Supporting Member

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    I tell ya, want a good wheelwell spray, get Cover All
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    The only thing I have tried it on is tires but I do plan on applying it to some trim once the pollen is over because here in south GA it's horrible this time of year.
     
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    SJP_1809 Senior Member

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    Like I said in my previous post I applied at the end of last May and IMO it still looks good. My tires still have a nice black look to them. I'm not saying it want look better (maybe) if I reapplied it which in all honesty I plan on doing after the pollen season is over (about a month from now). All I use to clean them is car soap and this brush https://www.amazon.com/EZ-Detail-Go...610776&s=gateway&sprefix=ez+de,aps,175&sr=8-9
    And the best part is that I don't have to reapply a tire dressing every time I wash my truck. Not going to lie I was skeptical of the product but I said the hell with I bought it and I'm glad I did. If you buy it just make sure you clean your tires really well and I mean really well.
     
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    Thanks. I have M/T's and they are a pain. I don't need glossy wheels, just want them to have that black new look to them. I think I'll give this stuff a shot.
     
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    I don't like the "Wet Look". I prefer a clean, satin look. I like No Touch (white can- satin), Surf City Garage Beyond Black, or Finish Kare Top Kote. 1 Spray of Stoners is also OK.
     

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