That is why you don;t "slather" it on.Nu2GMC said:
That's only the case for silicone based tire shine stuff. If you use a water based it looks really nice, and lasts a long time. I use Pinnacle Black Onyx Tire Gel:Nu2GMC said:
Armour all will eventually dry out the sidewalls and crack the tire. I learned about this the hard way with a set of Prelli's when I was younger. They were $200.00 a tire back in 1990 man was I mad when they cracked.MsS42 said:
Thanks for your short and to the point observation. I will look for commercial, off the shelf, waterbase product. Yes, Pinnacle makes fine products.gnarboots11 said:That's only the case for silicone based tire shine stuff. If you use a water based it looks really nice, and lasts a long time. I use Pinnacle Black Onyx Tire Gel:Nu2GMC said:
There's some other ones too, just need to be water based and it will stay black and shine for weeks instead of days. It also doesn't destroy the tire and turn all brown like the silicone based ones.
Same here, and I've had a part-time detailing business for years. Used to use the gels, mainly Meguiars Endurance, and liked them, but not the mess and the shine/black never seemed to last all that long.badkarma said:Stoners More Shine!!! :thumb: I've used about all of the above mentioned products before and none have worked as well as the "more shine". It sprays on without making a mess, and I can wash the truck 3 or 4 times before I have to reapply. also I have noticed no detriment to the tire down here in the ga sun. I highly recommend it. :cheers: