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View Poll Results: If you use a tire cleaner, do you apply a dressing afterwards?

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    Mike What is in that bucket. ? I really like the way it suds.

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    On the one car in particular I would like my tires to last as long as possible because they are exact OE as original in 1989 and they are no longer made. They must have stopped production sometime after 1999 when I was fortunate enough to get them. On a Sunday driver where each mile is driven with extreme care ,a product for tires as I described is important to me.
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    Originally posted by Fr0zen
    Mike What is in that bucket. ? I really like the way it suds.
    That would be NXT Car Wash!

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    BTW, I'm finding NXT wash more and more easy to find. Sorta makes me smile to be able to stand next to a full shelf's slot's full in Wal Mart the other day. Keep up the good work Meguiars
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    My Wal-Mart has NEVER stocked any NXT products. They must think people in central IN are too cheap to buy higher end car care products!

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    Meg's wheel brightner is as good a product as A2Z. I dilute it 2:1
    and it works great. Hyper-Dressing on the tires which by far outlasts most products in the industry for a medium gloss.
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    On the Mustang, always, although I wait til we get to a show if that's the destination. For cleaning, Westley's in the can (the foamy one with the scrub brush part on the top), but it's discontinued. I stock piled don't know what I'll use when it's gone! For dressing, Meg's gold class (the purple stuff).

    Since we just bought a new Baja as our DD, I'll say on this one-almost everytime in the summer (I suspect anyhow, only had it a week today). It's just too cold out to worry about dressing the tires in the winter here, I'm just getting feeling back in my fingers from doing the door jambs with QD an hour ago (we go through a touchless car wash for the main body, but ya gotta do the doorjambs by hand)....brrrr, I hate the cold!

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    Believe it or not, i use Comet and a scrub brush to clean my tires.

    If i'm heading out to a car meet, i'll dress the tires after cleaning them. But normally i just clean them and let it be.
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    I almost always use Black Magic Tire Wet after using Bleache White. The only time I don't add tire dressing is if it's going to rain in a day or two.
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    Smile

    Just used the Insane shine tire spray...different but it does look good on a 2-tone Dakota with the white letters,I will see how long it lasts.

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