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    tire dressing

    Which do you prefer because i heard that different dressings give you different results. Can you post some pics?
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    Re: tire dressing

    I prefer Gold Class Endurance High Gloss right now because it lasts quite long and it is good up to the weather. I want to try out the new one that just came out in the summer time, Hot Shine High Gloss Tire Gel. I personally prefer gels, just alot easier to work with. Sorry no pics.
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    Re: tire dressing

    Quote Originally Posted by SUBARU WRX View Post
    Which do you prefer because i heard that different dressings give you different results. Can you post some pics?

    Here are 4 different products on my tires:

    Here is the post if you want to read a little more: Tire Dressing Test - 56K warning! I really would like to do another test with additional dressings just haven't gotten around to it. I had planned on doing it sometime ago but just got to busy.

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    All Season Dressing:


    Here is the post if you want to read a little more: All Season Dressing - This stuff rocks!


    All Season Dressing tops my list of tire dressings!
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    Re: tire dressing

    woww nice

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    Re: tire dressing

    I agree, ASD is the bomb! I use it on tires, wheel wells and plastic body cladding to it looks awesome! I won't use anything else now. Check out the pic, quality isn't that great but it gives you the general idea.

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