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londoner06

Which Is The Best Tyre Dressing?

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I am really hating my Meguiar's 'Hot Shine High Gloss Tire Gel', it takes a lot of brushing to spread, it's messy. ugh!

Has anyone tried Meguiar's NXT Generation® Insane Shine® Tire Coating?

I'm seeking suggestions for a really good tyre dressing.

Thanks in advance.

Alex

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I like Meguiars Gold Class: "Endurance", resists dirt and can be adjusted to the amount of shine that you prefer, and as the name implies, lasts a long time!

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This is an interesting subject. I was a a concours judging event this summer and one of the judges was checking to see if the tires gave off a black smudge when he ran his fingers along the tire. One car tires were just givin g off all sort of black smudge. He looked very disgusted and proceeded to mark off a deduction on what one would consider a very cherry GT3. I use the stuff the dealers use which is Autosmart Super Tire Dressing #9. Autosmart's phone number is 323-462-8686 They may be able to tell you where you can buy it. It was only 9.95 for a quart. Can be diluted 1/2 for interior dressing ( wouldn't use on leather, use Surflex's Leather "SOFFENER" Conditioner). Autosmart on tires dries dry and looks good for weeks. (04 C4S Cab Spd Yellow)

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I use NXT that you mentioned, I like it it goes on easy no mess and it lasts a good long time.

Just for your knowledge I have tried all the rest, less zaino, and NXT gave the best results.

More than like they stuff giving off the black ooz was black magic it is notorious for slinging too.

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I use NXT that you mentioned, I like it it goes on easy no mess and it lasts a good long time.

Just for your knowledge I have tried all the rest, less zaino, and NXT gave the best results.

More than like they stuff giving off the black ooz was black magic it is notorious for slinging too.

I'm sure AutoZone has the NXT 'Insane Shine', I plan to give it a try.

Thanks,

Alex

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IMHO, none.

Clean dry rubber.

I am close to agreeing, and that is why I recommended Meguiars Endurance earlier.

You can apply just a small amount and that is what the tire looks like, clean, black and dry but like it is still brand new... 2 years later.

With this I also won my class in a club Concours this spring.

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Parade Gloss Boot polish. Little bit of elbow grease require,d but looks good protects and lasts reasoanbly well and after a few applications doesnt take a great deal to top up.

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