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    TomDeville is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
    Automobile(s): 2000 Black DeVille & 1994 Concours
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    Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Re: Tire dressings

    I used the Meguiar's (that's the correct
    spelling, as strange as it looks) Hot Shine
    Tire Spray high gloss with the adjustable
    3 way spray pattern, and was amazed by
    how easy it was ;and, how freakin' good it
    looks! I chose it over the gel that you apply
    with a sponge that's included. The gel seems
    to be a lower gloss, but I hope to try it as
    well to compare. Has anyone done some
    comparative analysis for both? I'm happy
    with the spray, but suspect the gel may
    last longer?
    Meguiar's (established in 1901) seems to put the
    turtle crap stuff to shame.

    Best Regards,

    TomDeville :coolgleam

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    Msilva954 is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
    Automobile(s): 92 Deville
    Join Date
    Aug 2003
    Orlando Florida

    Re: Tire dressings

    I used to use a thick eagle one spray and just applied it to a tire sponge....but after awile it gets dirty and you just spread dirt all over the tire....I stick to sprays now....after a lil wiping it ends up looking much better

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