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Old 03-28-2019, 10:07 PM
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Hay Guys just curious what you're using to Clean your tires Recently got Stuck in edge of my driveway in the Mud and its composed of soil and Clay and it Stained my tires didn't want to use Westleys Tire cleaner I' ve had some bad experiences and what are you using for tire Shine. Thanks All
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I use the Armor All Foam for the tires and the wheel wells. Works great
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Old 03-28-2019, 10:23 PM
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Oven cleaner and meguiars spray shine.
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McKee's 37 tire & rubber rejuvenator followed by McKee's 37 tire shine. Excellent products.
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I clean the tires and the wheels both with Meguiar's D143 non-acid wheel and tire cleaner. Then dress the tires with D170 Hyper Dressing, mixed for a "matte" finish. I like the tires black... not super-shiny.
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Fantastic or 409 with a bristle brush on the tires, and Meguiar’s tire shine.
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Lemon joy dish soap, a curved tire brush from wally's place with some elbow grease. NO shine stuff for this old fart.
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McKee's 37 Tire & Rubber Rejuvenator followed by McKee's 37 Tire Coating. Coating last about 8-9 months and you only need soap and water to clean. Not cheap but saves time scrubbing tires.
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cover all available at oreillys only behind the counter have to ask for it by name. doesnt sling. last a while especially if you let it sit overnight.
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I use what's called tire black. It's made by Johnson's company. It is amazing stuff and last forever. I used it to black out my trailer hitch cover over top of a design and it is still perfect after 1 year in WI winter and many car washes.
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