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      06-17-2012, 12:02 PM   #9
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I never drive the car right after tire shine, I've learned...

I did use an applicator but I think I sprayed it on the tire directly then used the applicator to rub it in. I'll try spraying directly on the applicator and will just be more careful from now on. My car is not a show car but I do like the tire shine look so I'm gonna keep it up...

I'm going to order some Sonax. I'm all about Ph balanced cleaners...
I feel ya. I used to try the same thing, but I was just unhappy with what happened afterwards. I just bought some of those cheapo MF applicator pads from Autozone, spray some Auto Finesse Tyre Dressing on it, then rub it on. Wait for a while to let it set, then do it again. Seems to make them pretty wet looking. They don't get as shiny as they would when you spray it directly on, but you avoid the whole mess it creates.
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