Tire Polish

Discussion in 'Detailing Topic' started by bfmgoalie, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. bobpon

    bobpon Veteran Member

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    This is what we use at the firehouse. It last twice as long as any thing else we used, smells good to...(grapes)
     
  2. dirtplay1975

    dirtplay1975 Veteran Member

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    i usually douse my tires down with the same eagle one cleaner I use on my wheels and it cleans the white letters and black great, you can actually see the brown goo come to the surface. Ive been doing this trick when I wash the vehicles for years. leaves a nice clean white letter tire just like new.
     
  3. camaro19791000

    camaro19791000 Veteran Member

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    +1 awsome results and awsome smell!!!
     
  4. camaro19791000

    camaro19791000 Veteran Member

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    +1
     
  5. 78TypeLTCamaro

    78TypeLTCamaro Veteran Member Gold Member

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  6. Simon@London

    Simon@London Veteran Member

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    For Raised White Letter tires I always clean the whole tire from dirt & grime first with car wash soap and sponge.

    Then with simple shop rag take Spray 9 and do each letter complete that leaves them bright white in seconds. Only do one at a time and use two rags.

    One to remove the buildup that Spray 9 loosens, the other for bright white wipe off and bang, your finished.
     
    Last edited: Mar 26, 2010
  7. Renny

    Renny Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    what i use is pledge anti-dust, it works great!
     
  8. SSDriver

    SSDriver Veteran Member

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    Stoner tire shine.... Hands down. Spray on aerosol. No wiping, no foaming, no dripping, no slinging and it lasts a good while. Even after a rain!
     
  9. David79Z28

    David79Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I use Adams VRT. Provides a nice satin sheen...

    A little pricey though.

    I also like Meguiars #40 vinyl/ rubber cleaner and protectant.
     
  10. K5JMP

    K5JMP Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    ^^+1..
    I also have some pro-stuff from AutoMajic from when I owned a detailing biz..:innocent:
     

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