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    Default Tyre dressing??

    Does anyone have a good tyre dressing they use that gives a top gloss finish without it marking the wheels or splattering the car up the sides when driven??

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    Autoglym Vinyl and Rybber Care, excellent for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillW
    Autoglym Vinyl and Rybber Care, excellent for that.
    Yeah have used that before, only gives top gloss shine on new tyres, not so good on older ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjw ferrari
    Does anyone have a good tyre dressing they use that gives a top gloss finish without it marking the wheels or splattering the car up the sides when driven??
    autoglym tyre foam. Top stuff dude I spray a bit on a sponge and wipe my engine bay round with it too!

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    Meguirs do one. It's applied using a sponge.

    Better than the foam type application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sy
    Meguirs do one. It's applied using a sponge.

    Better than the foam type application.
    Will give that a try the foam stuff also tends to mark the driveway if not carefull

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    I have tried loads and always come back to good old Armor All (get it from Halfords)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hedge
    I have tried loads and always come back to good old Armor All (get it from Halfords)
    Exact same stuff I use. In foam. No spray onto wings. Wipe residue off wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmdferrari
    Exact same stuff I use. In foam. No spray onto wings. Wipe residue off wheels.
    Tell me this stuff don't shoot off the tyres onto the car as soon as you drive it Rich?????

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    No, this stuff sticks to the tyre wall in my experience. The "trigger-action" liquids that are usually sold as wet look tend to be the ones that spray over the wings/arches.... been through the lot. Armour All is good, a shine with not too much wetness.

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