Be careful with tire shine. It wears down the sidewalls, and will eventually cause them to crack. Also, you'll probably get a lot of black dust/flakes on your wheels. That, too, is from the tires. (Not to be confused with brake dust)
If you are into detailing and don't want spin off, try a little vasiline. I have used it on several occassions and it lasts for a while. Other times I use the EagleOne. It is some good stuff. If your feeling like something different, try the Vasiline, you'll be surprised. Jamie
Mm...I haven't tried the Gold class stuff, but I've been using the Meguiars NXT tire shine...it works well too, although some of it does get on the ground effects. It's probably easier to see on my car, being white. It smells like grapes too!!
A non silicon base vinyl/rubber protectant works well and doesnt makes the tires look more like a clean satin black. It also wont sling off and stain your paint like the gels can do. I use vynolex or something like that.
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