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    Tire Dressing

    Morning All !

    Looking for a new dressing dressing that will not sling , any advice would help .

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    2012 Dodge Challenger RT Classic Bright Silver
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    Re: Tire Dressing

    My vote is Duragloss 253. Do a final wipe about 10 minutes after your application. I've never had slinging with this product and method. Always heard good things about the Tuf Shine as posted above.

    Duragloss Tire & Rubber Mat Dressing (TMD) #253
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    I like to use the Blackfire Multi-Surface Dressing concentrate. It's a really nice water-based dressing that's easy to apply and looks awesome on tires.

    BLACKFIRE Multi-Surface Dressing Concentrate

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    Re: Tire Dressing

    Duragloss #253. Love the look. Never flew off on the paint for me. Took awhile to find one!

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    Re: Tire Dressing

    •Meguiar’s:
    -M40 Vinyl & Rubber
    Cleaner/Conditioner

    •Optimum:
    -Opti-Bond Tire Gel
    -Tire Protection & Coating


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    Re: Tire Dressing

    another vote for duragloss 253

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    Re: Tire Dressing

    Duragloss #253, 3D Ultra Protectant, Hyper-Dressing 4:1.

    With any of these if the tires are still wet there is a chance the liquid will fly off the tire. If you need to drive before they dry just go over them with a dry microfiber.

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    Re: Tire Dressing



    Didn’t get a full-on tire shot, but this is DG-253.
    No sling, water-based, and lasts a few weeks.

    Thing about 253 is, it doesn’t really “fail”. It just kind of “fades away”.

    Douglas MacArthur would approve…….


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    Griots Black Satin is a nice product that dries to the touch.

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