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Just wondering if anybody can get the wet look with some type of applicator, its been my experience that you can only achieve that look by spraying which gets all over the wheels and is a pain in the a$$...I've tried the cardboard 18" half circle cut out to mask the wheels but the card board gets all wet and soft and im too lazy to cut one out every time I wash the car...also don't wana use tire gel that **** flings all over the place...so any clean ways to get the wet look? Thanks.
ArmorAll Extreme Tire Shine is a cream product that comes with an dense sponge applicator -- apply cream to the sponge and wipe on. I fi you apply sparingly it will still shine great but sling off onto the car when driving. Get mine at Target.
I took a cheap kitchen sponge and cut it in half. I spray the tire gloss on the sponge and wipe in on. I have never had a problem since I started do it like this. Works great and I didn't have to buy another product.
I use Zaino tire dressing. Black matte finish and no slinging at all. I apply it with a special sponge that, I think, came with the tire dressing from Zaino although it could be from Griots. I don't like the super shiny wet look so this is just right for me.