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    hiya, what do you use to keep your tyres looking nice and clean, shiny black?
    ive tryed AG tyre shine and it was bad, it made all the dust stick to it and only looked ok for about 10mins.


    been told megs endurance tyre gel is good???


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    AutoBrites Berry Blast Endurance and its great on your black trims too ...All Cars - Restore your Exterior Plastic Trim
     
     

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    I've recently used this stuff from Autobrite and I can vouch for it, it's been on the tyres for 5 days now and I've done 200 miles including country lanes, motorway and rain and they still look shiny

    It also restores trim like in my How-To thread.

    http://shop.autobritedirect.co.uk/be...gel-1881-p.asp

    I've also found AutoGlym Instant Tyre Dressing to be quite good but doesn't last that long.

    EDIT: SlowTech beat me to it
     
     

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    thanks both ill look into that now
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    I've used megs endurance tyre gel. Fantastic stuff. Stays on for a good 3/4 weeks and goes very far so lasts ages.
     
     

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    i use turtle wax it comes in a spray bottle lasts quite a while too
     
     

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    The best I have found is the cheap stuff you can get in asda. Like £2.50 a can. Spray it on ad it leaves a nice wet look and lasts a while too!


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    i use turtle wax and that works well and lasts
     
     

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    chemical guys new look trim gel: http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/wheels.../prod_143.html

    very good, a little goes a long way i use it every other wash and have used hardley any,
     
     

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