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8 comments on How to Avoid Tire Dressing Sling

  1. Daniel says:

    I personally like the mat finish of the tire. Looks clean and new not shiny and greasy.

  2. Steve K. says:

    Great advice Zach. Properating Prep is key for success. On some All Terrain type tires with aggressive side lugs, I have found brushes good for getting into nooks and crannies. Of course, proper technique is key when using a brush.

  3. Thomas Holtzclaw says:

    I took my truck to get wash , wax and detailed . He put some kind of tire shine on my tires . It does not dry and it is very greasy . When I drive then return home ,my tires have all kind of trash on my tires . How do I get that off ?

  4. Jon Nicklas says:

    Hi Zach,
    After a tire dressing has been applied, how do you clean the sponge?

    • Since we used water based dressings, I am not worried about tire dressing build up on the sponge. I will just reuse the same sponge until it becomes too saturated, at which point I throw it away and use a new one. They are wear items, but if you wish to clean and resuse, I would soak in a degreaser or all purpose cleaner, then scrub and rinse thoroughly.

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