Best tire dressing that doesn't get all over your truck?

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  1. duke

    duke i like interco

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    I like the duplicolor shit bc I'm lazy AF plus matte shine and it smells of cherry
     
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    I recently borrowed some tire foam from my father in law. It's SuperTech from WalMart. Actually works great, doesn't leave a greasy shine, just a dark black, clean looking sidewall. I've used most of the stuff you can get at the local auto parts stores, but like this one the best so far. No sling, and CHEAP!!
     
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    303 Aerospace Protectant

    safest for all weatherstrips and tires
     
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    Whatever the car wash guy puts on it.... Black, not shiny, no sling, and I didn't have to touch it.
     
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    DoMDrty Verbal Assault Specialist

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    Nanoskin wet shine is my new go to. Aerosol, not a whole lot of gloss, and doesn't sling. Plus it smells like watermelon


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    I use Limitless grip gloss, retarded expensive though
     
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    What's everyone using for the lugs of the sidewalks of mud tires? I find dressing these nittos is a pain haha. An aerosol would be easier. Right now I'm using Adams vrt and a foam applicator.
     
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    Carpro PERL diluted is sprayable and makes it easier...But I surely do miss the days of spraying foam tire shine on and walking away.

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    Phildirt n. fil-dert.

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    Whatever is on sale at Autozone
     
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    WildChevys In Valor There Is Hope

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    That's how I do it lol


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    Pee on your sidewalls.
     
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  15. duke

    duke i like interco

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    don't use anything.. just clean tires well and don't have greasy tires :imo
     
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    sure as shit. Bodyshop put tire dressing on mine and within a couple days they're starting to brown. Fack
     
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    Griots is awesome just let it dry for 15-20 minutes and your good to !!!
     
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    I was looking at their stuff the other day but never heard of em.
     

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