November 23, 2003What is the best High Gloss tire shine that gives you that really wet look on your tires?
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November 23, 2003Well I would say the following are pretty good products:
Platinum Tire gel
Poorboys Bold N Bright
The Megs stuff was soooo greasy I didnt care for it much. Eagles was the same and would sling off even after some buffing.
Best thing to do is spray it on let it dwell and then buff it off with an old rag or towel. Then if you want to add more gloss repeat.
November 23, 2003ArmorAll makes one, thats what i use, just spray it on, and your done.
November 23, 2003griots rubber dressing looks just right: satin finish not shiny, rubber isnt supposed to be shiny or wet looking'
November 23, 2003I'm with Cujo on this one.
If you want "really, really, really" glossy........ that Bazooka stuff will do it. Not the type of look I like, but for those who do..... you should consider that one.
The Platinum Tire Gel is also glossy, but can be buffed to more of a satin look.
My current combo is a coat of the Platinum Tire Gel, lightly buffed, and allowed to try for a while, and the apply a light coat of Poorboy's Bold & Brite. The B & B is the only protectant I've ever used that gets my RWL's whiter after application. Most other protectants dull the RWL's!
November 23, 2003There are many good ones out there, but my all time favorite is the stuff from Zaino. It dries fast and seems to hold it's shine for quite a while.
November 23, 2003zano is good I also like the Adams, the wife likes the spray can Adams.
Neither of them attracts dust like most do.
November 23, 2003I have some of the Zaino in the garage ... I guess I need to try it
November 23, 2003At the moment I'm liking Stoner's More Shine Less Time tire spray. I'm not a really glossy-tire kind of guy, but this spray allows you to control how much gloss you put on, but from only two applications, I can tell that you don't get a whole heck of a lot out of a can... I'm guessing maybe 4 or 5 light applications. I also have Poorboy's Bold & Brite, but haven't had a chance to try it yet, will have to do that soon.
December 16, 2003I use No touch. Its a black and purple can. Look real good and last. Heres of my tire with the No Touch.