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    Tire dressing

    What’s our go to low shine tire dressing ?

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    Re: Tire dressing

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    I have been using DURAGLOSS #253 for years now. I think it provides just the right look. And most important, no sling off.
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    Re: Tire dressing

    Have you considered this as an alternative, much cheaper, and the absolute best fun to apply. Consistency changes depending on the dilution. I like to apply it at least once a month, when possible.

    There is a guy near where I live who has a Toyota Hilux RuggedX with the glossiest tyres I've ever seen, I need to catch him and find out what he uses, maybe get a picture of them.

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    Re: Tire dressing

    Thx just a little shine. Not the flashy high gloss. Any other thoughts

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    Re: Tire dressing

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    Thx just a little shine. Not the flashy high gloss. Any other thoughts
    I'm not a fan of high gloss tyres either. But I like the look I get with 303 Aerospace Protectant. I usually spray it on the applicator, wipe on, leave it to absorb for 10 minutes or so, then wipe off any excess. The below shot is from when I put it on my Mum's Qashqai. These were new tyres as well.

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    Re: Tire dressing

    Another choice you would have is Megs HYPERDRESSING. Water based. And you can dilute to suit your level of shine.

    Meguiars D170 Hyper Dressing
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    Re: Tire dressing

    Poor boys World Tire Dressing. Cut it 50/50 and you get just get a nice black without the high gloss.


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    Re: Tire dressing

    A few examples for you -

    Gyeon Q2M Tire -






    303 Aerospace Protectant -





    Chemical Guys VRP -





    Gyeon Q2M Tire Express -







    Meg's Hyper Dressing -





    Autoglym Tire Gel (Sling City) -





    CarPro Perl -







    NV Onyx (My fav) -







    OG Tire Dressing -






    My favorites are Onyx, OG and Perl in that order.

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    Re: Tire dressing

    Quote Originally Posted by DFB View Post
    A few examples for you -

    Gyeon Q2M Tire -






    303 Aerospace Protectant -





    Chemical Guys VRP -





    Gyeon Q2M Tire Express -







    Meg's Hyper Dressing -





    Autoglym Tire Gel (Sling City) -





    CarPro Perl -







    NV Onyx (My fav) -







    OG Tire Dressing -






    My favorites are Onyx, OG and Perl in that order.
    I might have to give Onyx a try, I do like some of their other products.

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    Re: Tire dressing

    I like to use the Blackfire Multi-Surface Dressing Concentrate. You can control the level of gloss depending how you dilute it.
    BLACKFIRE Multi-Surface Dressing Concentrate

    Dr. Beasley's offers the Matte Tire Conditioner - Dr. Beasley's Matte Tire Conditioner

    Dodo Juice offers the Supernatural Tyre Dressing - Dodo Juice Supernatural Tyre Dressing 250 ml.

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