It would not be an exaggeration to say that the Gyeon Tire Cleaner is the best-dedicated tire cleaner I have ever used. Tire cleaning neglected tires can be a challenge. I have found myself disappointed at times with many all-purpose type cleaner products, tar removers, and dedicated cleaners as tire cleaning options. It is not uncommon for me to use multiple applications of two different products to achieve the desired result I am about to demonstrate.
After wetting the tire, I sprayed a moderate amount of Gyeon Tire Cleaner on the tire. I also added one spritz of cleaner to my brush. After about 15 seconds of dwell time, I scrubbed the tire thoroughly. Then I waited for another 20 to 30 seconds before rinsing the residue off. This is a picture of the tire cleaner working to release grime from the tires after scrubbing with the tire cleaning brush. You can see a brown muddy consistency on the surface.
For the second application, I used the same process as before. After spraying the product on you can see the white suds in the picture below. This is an indicator dirt and grime being mostly gone. Scrubbing the tire you will see some of the brownish color (significantly less) an indicator of the remaining dirt and grime. As you keep applying, scrubbing, rinsing and repeating, the suds will go from brown to white.
The picture below is a positive sign you are close to having a very clean tire. Remember, get as close to all white as you can!
No tire dressing was used in the picture below, just a clean tire.
With this product, most tires should be thoroughly clean after two applications, which I have found takes much less amount of time than with other similar tire cleaners.