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Old 05-26-2016, 12:50 PM
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Re: Tire dressing?

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Its water based so it wont stain, its easy to wash off and it will not sling.

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Well I got the Adams, it gives a nice clean look that I was looking for and no sling. Of course it rained the next day and they still look good! Thanks for everyone's input


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Re: Tire dressing?

Update, what I found is that my rims are staying cleaner longer. Like everyone else they get dirty quickly with the factory brembo's . Even though I had put sealant and everything else on them they were brake dust magnets. Now with everything cleaned and Adam's applied to the rubber and after about 150 miles on after the application my rims are still pretty much clean, I think the oils from the megs were getting slung onto the rims and making the break dust stick. Also from wiping off the over spray I was actually greasing my rims. I think after 150 miles of driving with the Adams on I have 80-90% cleaner rims. I think I'll start from scratch and scrub the rims and re-apply the sealant and it should be even better than the mess I had before!


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