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    Tire Cleaner?

    What is you favorite tire/rubber cleaner?

    This is not the final dressing but the tire cleaning beforehand.

    I'm talking...spray, agitate with a tire brush, rinse off.
    I'm looking for all the "brown"/dressing to wash off the tires.
    I'd like the results to be a flat "clean" tire when it's dry.

    Your thoughts?

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    Tuf Shine Tire Cleaner has been my go to for getting tires really clean.

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    Adams Polishes has a really good Tire and Rubber Cleaner, and probably my favorite product from them. It works well at taking off the brown from blooming.

    Iíve also used it to clean window seals with my lugnut brush and that works well too.

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    Shine Supply Wise Guy 1:2.5 is the best and I've tried a lot of different products.

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    I've never tried Wise Guy. Is it better than Tuf Shine?

    In your ratio, is that 1 unit of Wise Guy to 2.5 units of water?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaddie View Post
    I've never tried Wise Guy. Is it better than Tuf Shine?

    In your ratio, is that 1 unit of Wise Guy to 2.5 units of water?
    I haven't used Tuf Shine but heard that is a good product.

    1 oz WG to 2.5 oz water is what I use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Tuf Shine Tire Cleaner has been my go to for getting tires really clean.
    Tuff shine and a good brush, was an eye opener for me. I bought a gal of concentrate and instead of 1:1, I found that it works really well at 1:2 for tires that aren't too bad.

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    Is there anything in the CarPro range that cleans tire / rubber in preparation for a dressing (PERL)? Iím wanting to simplify my selection to just CarPro products


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    Quote Originally Posted by joshua.beech View Post
    Is there anything in the CarPro range that cleans tire / rubber in preparation for a dressing (PERL)? I’m wanting to simplify my selection to just CarPro products


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    You are going to have to venture out to a different brand for a tire cleaner. As far as rubber or plastic trim you can use Inside

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