Originally Posted by Bostondan77
Another member on here brought his back to the dealer it turned out to be a tire solution that was bad for the paint and they stated they swapped out his jeep
Look at the name of the person you are talking about, and the person who started this thread
Like Scott said, post pics so we can see and provide input. Although screw ups happen on all levels, I'm finding it difficult to believe off the cuff that a tire shine is going to damage paint. Between the testing the tire shine manufacturer has done in order to NOT be sued for this type of action, plus the research done by paint manufacturers, and Jeeps painting process, it would definitely be an unlucky alignment of misfortunes.
EDIT: just did a little research. Seems there is evidence of this across many cars with different products, but it isn't consistent. Meaning, not everyone who uses the same product is getting the problem, only a select few here and there. If one person's paint is damaged because of product X, then all of the people who use that product should see some issue (or at least "many" of them). Doesn't seem that way. Not to mention, the plastic pieces are painted with the same products as the metal pieces and the difference in reaction is odd.