Looks like a build-up of dirt and previous dressings.
I'd use something stronger to remove the build-up, like a dedicated wheel cleaner.
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I'm concerned about this tire spray. I understand that overspray is to be wiped off. The reason for needing to clear the overspray should be to avoid unslightly results, not to avoid damage to the wheel.
I've found the overspray to be tough to remove and I am concerned it may damage the wheel finish if left in place. The residue that remains doesn't come off easily - I have found ammonia to be the best solvent.
I'm going back to Hot Shine.
Always been a big fan of the Endurance tire shine. I picked up the spray bottle, figured it might be a little easier for me then the gel.
I havn't played with layering it up to see how high gloss of a shine you can get out of it. I did put it on kind of heavy and it still came out matte. Which is fine with me, looks great on the truck.
The only problem I am having is the spray bottle doesn't seem to work all that well. I have to shake it between sprays to get a good amount to come out of the bottle. I keep all of my products in doors, so the only time they are exposed to the heat or cold is when I am actually applying them.
I am probably going to try just pouring the product out of the container onto a pad until I use it all up. Then I am going to switch back to the gel.
Has the 'new' gel Endurance (G7516) replaced the 'old' Gold Class Gel Endurance (G7410)?
I see that the 'old is being offered in the Meg's store, but not shown in the new catalog.
This is how I do with my tires.
1. I got both Endurance Gel and NXT tire shiny spray (or you can use Aerosol Endurance).
2. Apply a good thick layer of Gel on all tires. Let them dry then wipe out with micro fiber towel. Please be aware you have to wipe it really clean other wise it will sling.
3. Drive around and let it sling (yes it will sling a little but this is very useful step to get extra gel out)
4. Wash your car and tires then dry it.
5. This is the best part. Spray A LITTLE NXT tire shine (or Endurance) "on a micro fiber towel" and wipe it on your tires. You will see your tires are shiny like baby.
6. Do step 5 again whenever you wash your car or you want your tire look great again.
I have been doing this for months and my tires are always shiny. Endurance Gel will keep your tires look black for months and spray version of tire shine will keep them look nice. I have not re-applied Gel version for over 6 months already. Because I only apply tire shine with MF towel so it will never sling besides one bottle of tire shine will last over a year.
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