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Thread: Looking to try something new for tires.

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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    How long will it take before I need to get a retouch done?

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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Quote Originally Posted by rj45 View Post
    Thanks. I'll probably give Blackfire Total Eclipse a try.
    I actually got a sample of that with one of my orders - it works well - lasts about 2/3 weeks - it's a satin style finish with one application but I would bet a second would provide more gloss and darkness. (I prefer stain/no dressy look - so I just use a single application) - will be my goto once I run out of the sample.....

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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Quote Originally Posted by grovlet View Post
    I actually got a sample of that with one of my orders - it works well - lasts about 2/3 weeks - it's a satin style finish with one application but I would bet a second would provide more gloss and darkness. (I prefer stain/no dressy look - so I just use a single application) - will be my goto once I run out of the sample.....
    Thanks. I recently got a sample of Pinnacle Black Onyx. It does provide a bit of the blacker look I was after. It's not overly wet looking, either (I only use a single application, as well). PBO is good, but it is a little pricey (though a little does goes a long way). I may get some when it's on sale.

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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Thanks. I'm going to try McKee's Tire coating.

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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Does anyone use Tuf Shine?

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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Quote Originally Posted by Isewake View Post
    Does anyone use Tuf Shine?
    Just used this about a week ago to try it out. Goes on very similar to McKee's. Still to early to tell how long it will last.

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    Re: Looking to try something new for tires.

    Even your tires can benefit from an SiO2 coating!

    GYEON Q2M Tire - 400 ml

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