Meguiars High Endurance Tire Dressing is the shit.

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by TheMustafa, Jan 10, 2005.

  1. TheMustafa

    TheMustafa hook 'em

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    I havent washed my car in like 3 months... wash it today, and i'm standing around waiting for the tires to dry off. usually it takes a few minutes. so i'm like, wtf, they arent drying. I go and touch them, and they arent wet, but the tire stuff is still making them look slick from 3 months ago

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  2. NorthPac

    NorthPac New Member

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    If you want to clean off what ever on the tires try a stiff brush and strong critus cleaner or a degrescer. I know after a few of some stong beers I drink I could clean the stuff off when I pee but I have to charge you for the cleaner so I can buy more beer :drool: .
     
  3. piratius

    piratius Twin Turbo'd Fury

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    :hammer: :hahano: You suck at t3h intraweb!111!!!! :gtfo2:


    Back to cars...
    Meguiars is amazing. I love all their stuff. The "gold class" wax kicks ass, especially after a very light machine glaze:bowdown:

    Take a look:[​IMG]
     
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    Yeah, Gold Glass is great if you want to re-wax every 6 weeks. No thanks.
     
  5. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Maybe, maybe not. Gold Class was recently tweaked, I believe to correct the dusting and durability problems. GC looks great but the original formula tends to dust and it doesn't last long.

    Gold Class topped with #16 would probably be real nice. :bigthumb:
     
  6. solaraguy

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    Gee, most of the folks I know would kill for 3 months of durability from a tire shine...even 3 weeks, LOL.

    I consider 6 weeks to be pretty good durability for a carnuba wax personally. But then I'm the sort of obsessed person that doesn't mind throwing a coat of wax on every 2 or 3 weeks.
     
  7. Error

    Error ¿ti†le øut-of_order

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    I'll have to try the tire dressing. I've been using Stoners, which lasts about a month.
     

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