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I just got some new tires, and they are already starting to look a little grey and faded.

How do I keep the side walls looking jet black and clean and new looking?

I asked a guy at the goodyear tire store, he said stay away from armour all products.
 

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best thign for tires is a aviation product called ICEXII. i'm a mechanic and have access to this product. it doesn't shine the tire but makes it a deep rich black, basically it conditions the tires, i think shiny tires look whack and they attract too much dust. this product is used and made specifically for rubber and we use them to recondition wing de-ice boots to prevent them from cracking
 

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Black Magic works good, suggestion: don't by those color black magic tire gel, it's so sticky that your tires end up getting more ugly than if you never have the tire gel.
 

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Adam Boca said:
Tire Gel works great!

I use the Groit's vynle cleaner, expensive, but this way the tires do not look bling blingish...
I've used every product mentioned in this tread, I still think the Groits Garage product is by far the best. Last longer than the Meguires although it does shine less which IMO looks better.
 

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i have the grape smellin stuff, i forget what its called though. its purple.


come to think of it, i think its Maguires
 

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Black Magic - Tire Wet. The stuff looks awesome, lasts for at least 4-5 days. Word of caution, though: if you spray it, do it at a carwash or someplace. The spray will also leave little semicircles of "shine" on asphalt, and lasts a really long time. (!)
 

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Altastic said:
Black Magic - Tire Wet. The stuff looks awesome, lasts for at least 4-5 days. Word of caution, though: if you spray it, do it at a carwash or someplace. The spray will also leave little semicircles of "shine" on asphalt, and lasts a really long time. (!)
All tire shine and rim cleaner's do that. My driveway is full of them.:D
 
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