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    Whats the best tyre dressing I can buy that actually looks shiny and doesn't go dull after a matter of minutes??

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    I have Blackfire long lasting tyre gel which is pretty good. I also have the Meguiars high gloss endurance tyre gel. I haven't tested them back to back. I think they are both about the same. I find that if you clean the tyres with APC before applying it lasts longer. Use with a sponge and wear rubber gloves.

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    Ok dumb question whats APC?? I normally apply with a sponge and gloves anyway, think at times my car is cleaner than me lol

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    Meguiars all purpose cleaner, clean the alloys with it as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1975l View Post
    Meguiars all purpose cleaner, clean the alloys with it as well.
    I'll look into getting some of that too then

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    It's a product with a thousand uses so to speak so buy the big version and dilute into a sprayer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1975l View Post
    It's a product with a thousand uses so to speak so buy the big version and dilute into a sprayer.
    Well I've got a spare Auto Glym sprayer so will go for the big version and see what else I can clean

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    I've just started using Chemical Guys' New Look Trim Gel and a tyre swipe. Goes on great, no overspray onto wheels and use hardly any to do all the tyres, seems to last pretty well too. £10 a bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigP View Post
    I've just started using Chemical Guys' New Look Trim Gel and a tyre swipe. Goes on great, no overspray onto wheels and use hardly any to do all the tyres, seems to last pretty well too. £10 a bottle.
    I'm guessing you can only buy that online??

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    Quote Originally Posted by danBoy View Post
    I'm guessing you can only buy that online??
    Yes mate. Chemical Guys NLTG try discount code DW1 if you go for some.

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