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    Re: Dressing longevity?

    Hyperdressing for me. 1:1 on tires and 4:1 on wheel wells. Very economical and a great look. I tried PERL and wasn't all that impressed with it on tires. I still have some mixed at 3:1 for interiors.

    I used to be a HUGE fan of ASB but switched over to water based dressing since it makes cleaning the tires so much easier.
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    Re: Dressing longevity?

    @OP. So did you try the Hyper Dressing? What's the update?




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    Re: Dressing longevity?

    I'm really liking Perl lately. I had it for a long time and it just sat around after I tried it a couple times. I can't even remember why I didn't care for it that much. Anyway, I've been using it lately and have nothing but good things to say about it.

    I use it on exterior plastic trim. Lately, I've been trying it some on the interior too.

    For tires I've been using up a gallon of Optibond. Seems to work well enough for me. I don't dilute it. Tried that, didn't like it.

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    After using HD ,I like it for the ease of use if that makes sense easy on . I may stick with it but a question, after applying and letting ir sit are you guyz wiping it down?
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    After using HD ,I like it for the ease of use if that makes sense easy on . I may stick with it but a question, after applying and letting ir sit are you guyz wiping it down?
    If it's on tires I just spray into this soft flag tipped brush and brush it into the tires, no need to come back and wipe any excess off because there is none.



    If it's on wheel wells, I just spray and walk away. It evens out and sets on its own.

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    Re: Dressing longevity?

    Thanks El, you like 1 to 1 I believe?
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    Hi I'm currently dressing my tires with Optimum gel, I would like to try Hyper Dressing just because. Can someone please comment on the longevity of the Hyper dressing, thanks Steve.
    Hyper on the interior last a long time better than others.Tires I use sonax gel.

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    [QUOTE=DogRescuer;1516536]After using HD ,I like it for the ease of use if that makes sense easy on . I may stick with it but a question, after applying and letting ir sit are you guyz wiping .I work the product in and no wipe.I don't use on seats though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogRescuer View Post
    Thanks El, you like 1 to 1 I believe?
    Yup, I use it 1:1. Goes on very easy @1:1 + gets the best longevity.

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