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    Senior Member Sizzle Chest's Avatar
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    Re: Bmw m6

    ^^Thank you! You are most welcome!
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    Re: Bmw m6

    Dude!!!!

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    Re: Bmw m6

    How nice did that turn out?!!! I always enjoy seeing your work and glad you share it on the forum.

    HD Dress for the tires? Would appreciate your experience using that product. It ran and streaked for me, both on the tires and black exterior trim. I gave up on it, tossed it in the trash, and have since moved on to other tire dressings/gels/coatings that do a better job IMO. I've been at this for a while now so I don't believe it was user error on my part but who knows.

    Thanks,
    David

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    Re: Bmw m6

    Hi prin! LOL

    david b: Thank you! I have used it on a few tires now (have not used it on trim) and have not had any issues. I like the way it applies, and the look it gives. Very strange...
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