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Old 09-24-2013, 09:14 PM
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Tire gel

Black magic tire gel gotta be the best I've ever used!..the little applicator that comes with it sucks though,was only capable for one tire so I had to get a bigger & better one, but this gel works great!

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Old 09-24-2013, 10:05 PM
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ive used it, its pretty good. but i have to say the adams stuff i got a couple months back is AMAZING! absolutely no splashing on the paint and you can use it on the plastics too!

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Old 09-24-2013, 10:27 PM
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Bigger bottle and a 1/4 of the cost............

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Re: Tire gel

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Bigger bottle and a 1/4 of the cost............

And for free, it spins off the tire and onto your vehicle unless you remove all excess and in particular down near the rim/tire junction.

Call me an anti-ArmorAll bigot.

I prefer pretty much anything else, and just use one of those sponge style paint brushes that are a dime a dozen at hardware stores.
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And for free, it spins off the tire and onto your vehicle unless you remove all excess and in particular down near the rim/tire junction. Call me an anti-ArmorAll bigot. I prefer pretty much anything else, and just use one of those sponge style paint brushes that are a dime a dozen at hardware stores.
Lol same here I'm not a fan on any armoral products
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Old 09-25-2013, 07:43 PM
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And for free, it spins off the tire and onto your vehicle unless you remove all excess and in particular down near the rim/tire junction.

Call me an anti-ArmorAll bigot.

I prefer pretty much anything else, and just use one of those sponge style paint brushes that are a dime a dozen at hardware stores.
Never slings off my tires. Why would you leave excess on the tire?
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Best stuff to use that lasts weeks is the turtle wax black box tire gel.


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Re: Tire gel

TuffShine - clearcoat tire finish. best stuff I've ever used...completely dries to the touch unlike all the gel crap. I haven't used it much on the jeep but with my previous car I a single application would last all summer. the only negative is it can only be purchased online.




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Where is this stuff and what's the cost?? Does it really last that long?? And yes armour all products are all mostly played out.
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Where is this stuff and what's the cost?? Does it really last that long?? And yes armour all products are all mostly played out.
http://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=C...campaign%3DCSE

Get ready to spend $35.00 plus shipping (for a 6oz.of the shine at $25.00 and 22 oz. of the cleaner at $10.00) as it states.....
Note: In order for Tuf Shine Tire Clearcoat to properly bond to the tire, you must first use Tuf Shine Tire Cleaner. This intense tire cleaner removes all previously applied dressings so the coating will form a complete bond to the surface.
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