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    DP Tire Dressing

    This was included when I was picked for the Project 98 give away package.

    So many tire dressings on the market........

    This provides a satin to semi gloss depending on tires. Gloss can be amped up with a second coat.

    Really darkens the tires to get the midnight black look.

    Zero sling

    Dries to the touch.

    Bubble gum scented.

    Water based and rather durable. It actually will bead water up. I can go quite a few washes without reapplication.

    Spray form. I prefer to spray on the speed master applicator then apply. Speed Master Tire Dressing Applicator

    Little goes a longggggg way.

    Summary: In a world full or tire dressings, this stands out. It’s not ghetto glossy, looks sophisticated, last and doesn’t make a mess on the side of your vehicle. I like water based dressings as solvent based can be an icky mess. If you are looking for a water based sprayable dressing, I would suggest this.

    After my current water based tire dressing is used up, this will be my new go to.
    Jim

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    Re: DP Tire Dressing

    Sounds like a winner. I also have a bottle to try after my Duragloss #253 stock is gone. Almost sounds like DG #253.
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