Tire Dressing - Eco-Safe and No Sling

By Gene Wanek on Jan 13, 2014 at 08:58 PM in Exterior Detailing

Tire dressing might be something you use regularly, or it might not be something you’ve even heard of before. But it is actually quite simple: tire dressing is a liquid that can be applied to tires to give them a great-looking shine. One layer gives your tires a nice, clean finish, while multiple layers will give your tires a bright, gleaming shine that lasts for a long time. Tire dressing can give your tires a real edge, and even save you money by costing only a few dollars but working to prolong the life of your tires. So if you’re wondering why it is important to use tire dressing, wonder no more! It is a definite must for anyone’s garage.

Without Your Tires, Where Would Be… Or Go? 

A car is an important reflection of who you are. How you take care of your car says a lot about you. Just imagine a gorgeous, expensive custom luxury sedan, with chrome accents—and covered in dirt and watermarks. The car might be nice, but its state says something negative about the person who drives it! For the person who likes to take care of their car and keep it in good condition, tire dressing is that extra step that will really set your vehicle apart from the competition. And even if you are not the kind of person to rigorously care for your car down to the last details, using tire dressing still serves a practical purpose, and will give your car a great look as well. 


Tire Dressing Does More Than Shine… It Protects

Tire dressing can also help care for your tires, saving you money in the long run. There are two kinds of tire dressings: solvent-based and water-based. Solvent-based is sticky and can damage the paint of your car, as well as potentially dehydrating the material in the tires and causing them to break down more quickly. But water-based tire dressing is extremely beneficial for your tires. It not only gives them a clean-looking glow, ranging from matte to shiny, but it is environmentally friendly and multi-purpose as well. Often, water-based tire dressings have UV filters that help to bolster the tire’s own sunblock, which fades over time. And a UV-damaged tire is a weak, old tire prone to breaking down. So whether you want your car to turn people’s heads, or if you just want to save money by keeping your wheels in great condition, tire dressing will make it happen!

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