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    Hi Guys

    I'd just like to hear your experiences and recommendations for Tyre dressing products.

    I'm looking for a product that has a decent lifespan but that isn't too glossy if you know what I mean?

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    I use autoglym tyre dresser - it's not too shiny just gives a deep black look. This time of year with the rain and mess it needs to be applied weekly.
    I'm loving it
     
     

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    I have the megs tyre and trim gel goes on good,lasts for weeks and smells lovely but i wouldn't recommend eating though
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3zimmer View Post
    I have the megs tyre and trim gel goes on good,lasts for weeks and smells lovely but i wouldn't recommend eating though
    It does smell awesome i must say!! I ercommend this too.. only one ive used but its fairly decent!

    Ben
     
     

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    I know detailers swear by this stuff called Zaino Z16

     
     

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    autoglym tyre dressing!

    .. a bit of shoe polish does the job if your desparate.... or even interior dash polish
     
     

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    Turtle wax nano gel comes in a bright green bottle.

    Its about £5.50 but lasted me about 8 months and is good on plastics too.


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    I've used all of the above but nothing compares to the Chemical Guys tyre and vinyl dressing. It lasts the longest and smells the tastiest

    look out for this stuff guys it's brilliant
     
     

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    I use Tyre Slik (in a black can) or something - can highly recomend it, seems to last ages, even with all the water and dirt on the roads at the moment.
     
     

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    AutoSmart Tyre Dressing is good if you can get hold of it, only available to the trade as far as im aware though
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