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no splatter tire shine

This is a discussion on no splatter tire shine within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; tried alot, so what dont splatter?...

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    no splatter tire shine

    tried alot, so what dont splatter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doberman 152 View Post
    tried alot, so what dont splatter?
    Every time you dress your tires, let the product do its work (soak) for a few minutes, then go and buff with a towel to a satin look
    Whether is in spray foam, or in liquid form try to damp a sponge or applicator and then apply to the tires, that way you can control product usage and it makes it easier to buff afterwards if needed...

    I use water based products to get the natural look on my tires

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    Y2K loves his Zaino!

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    I use mainly products I have to order except tire shine. Meguires "Hot shine" is the shit. I put it on like Goose said-with a foam applicator. It doesnt sling and looks great and I get it a Wal*Mart.
    Last edited by LETHALxLS1; 04-18-2008 at 12:41 PM.

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    meguiars hot shine aresoel-no sling.aresoel is the way to go

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    I've never had a problem w/ bold n bright slinging. Love the matte finish too.
    http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com...-dressing.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris(NJ) View Post
    I've never had a problem w/ bold n bright slinging. Love the matte finish too.
    http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com...-dressing.html
    I've never used that one, but I can vouch for Poorboys products; they're excellent. I use Poorboys Natural Look

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06-Goose View Post
    I've never used that one, but I can vouch for Poorboys products; they're excellent. I use Poorboys Natural Look
    Yep.. another great product

    You see the new glazes and quick detailer yet?
    http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/blackhole.html
    http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/whitediamond.html
    http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/qd.html

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    I have tried them all, MORE SHINE by STONER really works. It's hard to find in stores so I buy it in bulk check it out at moreshine.com. I use there trim shine, glass cleaner and tar remover also.

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    You should try the Zaino. Just like any other product you must give it time to work. The main reason I like Zaino is that it will not draw the moisture out of your tires the way some do (brown tint) and it lasts a very long (months) time. Great stuff.

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    Got 4 new tires installed yesterday and then went and bought some of this. Smells great, isnt greasy and its in a can..

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    I like a matte finish on my tires not the "baby oil" look.

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