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ever had faded black/grey trim panels/ bodykits on your Car ?
my stock kit and spoiler on my TX3 was fading ... until i was like hmm i wonder what tire shine can do to these parts.. soo off i went with paper towel and a big can of tyre shine.... it came out like new it looks GREAT ! like it just came out of the factory, yes i know there is other products that are designed for this but i had tyre shine at the time...
just thought i would share with you all ...
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now you have to continue that very often you need to use a silicon based product !.Think about what happens to tires people use that on for a while and then stop........They dry out fade and crack all to hell. This is why tire shine is not a good thing! clean it off and try black magic(silicon based)doesn't cause the natural oils in the plastic to dry out!
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now you have to continue that very often you need to use a silicon based product !.Think about what happens to tires people use that on for a while and then stop........They dry out fade and crack all to hell. This is why tire shine is not a good thing! clean it off and try black magic(silicon based)doesn't cause the natural oils in the plastic to dry out!
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I use Meguiars Natural Shine. It's so nice to use compared to many other greasy protectants and isnt as harsh as them or tire shines either.

As far as tire shine goes, the only stuff I use is "Stoner" brand. Again, most tire shines are greasy and damaging and this stuff is totally different than anything Ive ever seen. Oh, that stuff works awesome when sprayed on your engine bay as well with no adverse effects on any of the rubber or electrical components.

Here's an engine bay I detailed for a buddy. Yes I did repaint the tappet covers. The before and after speaks volumes. thats 2 hrs of work. And unlike most tire shines, this stuff wont attract dust.

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Looks nice, Where did you find this stoner brand stuff at?
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now you have to continue that very often you need to use a silicon based product !.Think about what happens to tires people use that on for a while and then stop........They dry out fade and crack all to hell. This is why tire shine is not a good thing! clean it off and try black magic(silicon based)doesn't cause the natural oils in the plastic to dry out!
tire shine is the worst thing for plastic and rubber
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