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Tire Dressing

Posted by Jay Schneider. Filed under Buffing Techniques.
May 17, 2010

Tire dressing should be done after the tires and rims have been cleaned.  There are many different dressings which provide many different looks.  The looks that I am referring to are having a tire that is shiny-wet looking to tires that have a deep satin finish, which is a personal preference.  The different forms are sprays in aerosols or pump, gels and liquids.  Sprays are the easiest, but not necessarily the best.  Gels are the next easiest to use as long as you use an applicator.  It is best to apply a dressing to an applicator and rub applicator on tires, and then take an old towel to buff dry.  Tires should be dressed every time car is washed to keep looking nice.

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