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Best Tire Cleaner? Best way to clean your tire?

Curious to know what products you guys are using on your tires?

Seems that everytime I clean my tires they still look a tad bit dirty.

Any suggestions / tips would be great! (product names / pics if possible)

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any heavy degreaser should do the trick for the sidewall only. not for tread or wheels. afterwards use your pick of tire shine. spray it on a rag then wipe it on. saves product and from making a big mess

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i also suggest actually SCRUBBING the sidewall to get all the leftover tire shine off. I just recently bought black magics tire shine gel. works great, and lasts. only downfall is that there are a few dirt roads where i work. and the dirt sticks to the tire pretty hardcore. SO if youre not gonna be going through any dirt roads i would really recommend it. i know i got off topic

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I use this Eagle1 Tire shine that's in a squeeze bottle with a curved foam pad on the end. Best tire shine I've used thus far...not nearly as messy as using a rag and covers the tire very evenly. Lasts for about 2-3 weeks before starting to fade.
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Here's the stuff I use....it last weeks, and doesn't sling it on the side of the car, awsome stuff!


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Use Eagle one A2Z All Wheel and Tire Cleaner - get a tire scrub brush and scrub the tire real good. You'll be shocked at all the dirt that comes off the tire, your tire dressing will get a better bond to the tire as well.
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