Tire Kicker Extra Glossy Tire Shine (1 Gallon)
Why Buy This Product?
- Bright wet tire shine and trim dressing
- Restores new black look to vinyl, rubber, and plastic car parts
- Helps prevent future fading from sunlight
- Safe to use on interiors, exteriors, and even engine bays
- Finishes dry to the touch
- Non-slippery feel; non-greasy shine
- Won’t rub off on your shoes whenever kicking a tire
How It Works
One of the fun parts of buying a car is walking around the showroom and kicking the tires on all the brand new cars. Its not just about kicking a rubber tire, it symbolizes an exciting purchase that you seldom get to make. Plus at the end of it all, you get to drive away with a shiny brand new car! The product specialists at Chemical Guys wanted to recreate that kickable bright shine, so they came up with Tire Kicker Extra Shiny Tire Shine Spray. Now as your car ages with thousands of well-traveled miles on the clock, you can enjoy the same bright wet shine on your tires that you kicked in the showroom. Chemical Guys R&D blended premium water-based dressing, extra gloss enhancers, and UV blockers into a slick sprayable formula. Tire Kicker isnt just for rubber tires, try it on textured plastic, rubber, and vinyl parts as well. Mist a light coat of Tire Kicker Tire Shine over faded plastic mirrors, bumper parts, grilles, and grates to restore a deep-black new look. Rub some Tire Kicker into dashboards, door panels, and vinyl seats to enhance a bright wet shine on interior car parts as well. The easy-to-use formula finishes dry to the touch; simply wipe any excess product to avoid dripping, running, and any tire sling all over the sides of the vehicle once you drive away. Now anyone can enjoy the bright wet shine of brand-new cars with Chemical Guys Tire Kicker Extra Shiny Tire Shine Spray.
How To Use:
- Shake well.
- Clean surface before application.
- Spray on applicator pad.
- Gently work into surface.
- Remove any excess using a microfiber towel.
- Reapply as needed.
- Safe for use on vinyl, rubber, and plastic surfaces.