$10.38 for an 18oz can, even Prime eligible.
Ok I know stupid post but this stuff is hands down the best tire-shine, protectant for black stuff on your car that you can buy without having to go to a detail-shop/car dealer. My dad always says "This must be the same stuff the dealers use on the showroom cars" lol
Anyway I felt compelled to write this because I noticed within the last year, at least my local Wally's doesn't carry the stuff anymore, so as much as I hate those small auto parts stores I started going there over the last year just to by the "Detailers Advantage" product but as of the last month even my local Autozone hasn't had it. Have they stopped making it? I've searched on the internet and had mixed responses like "They have discontinued it" to people saying they can still find it. Anyone else like or use this stuff and can't find it?
This is the product I'm talking about..
My old R129 just to show the right amount of tire shine.
Previous: 05 S2000//08 Mazdaspeed3//07 GTI 2D 6MT//03 Element AWD//03 GLI VR6//00 Integra//86 Mustang POS
I always hated silicone based tire shine products like the armor all. I switched to water based stuff (my product of choice has been Poorboy's Bold N Bright for a while now) and have had much better results. Here's a link to what I use: http://www.autogeek.net/pbbnb16.html
Heart pumping antifreeze as I stand here.
Walmart has a deal on the new Turtle Wax Platinum Series (Silver Bottle). Long lasting tire shine is $5.97. I just picked it up. Nice low gloss satin finish; just looks "clean". As for how long it lasts...time will tell, but I'm satisfied with the initial results. Def worth a try for $6 and not paying shipping.
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Heres an example of how I like my tire shine, this was my old 3.2 Cab. Notice the tire shine is not dripping off the tires or flung up on the sides of the car. Anyway withought tire dressing this car still would look like it was just washed and not detailed. Say what you want but outside of TCL not only because I am OCD about all of my cars but people stop me all the time and ask me stupid things like "what do you use on your tires they look super clean" or stuff like "damn your car is clean, even the tires look really clean"
I too don't like slimy looking tires that looks like they are dripping in the stuff, but I absolutely have to dress the tires if I'm going to wash the car and the Armorall detailers advantage has worked best for me. My technique is to apply when the sun is out on a hot day, let it sit for 10-15 minutes then wipe the tires down to remove the excess. Leaves a nice clean, satin black look that lasts 3-4 days.