Tyre Dressing – Silicone Free

250ml 375ml

$19.95$28.95 GST Inclusive

Silicone Free Tyre Dressing Rejuvenated your tyre (tire) back to its purest form.

Our E-Valence technology will recondition and restore that concours finish reflecting the respect you have for your modern or classic vehicle.

This is a gel based Tyre Dressing which when applied correctly will not cause “fling”.

And, it may be applied to a wet tyre directly after washing.

In addition, it will repel dust and dirt, maintaining a finish like never before.

Best of all it contains no silicone, solvents or Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s).

This means it’s a lot safer to use and is 100% biodegradable.

So, by using Silicone Free Tyre Dressing you can keep your wheels and the environment as clean as they should be.

Best applied after cleaning your rim and tyre with pH Neutral Alloy & Wire Wheel Cleaner.

For information on the best process for washing a vehicle refer to our post The General Wash Process.

Best practice when cleaning and polishing wire wheels refer to our post Polishing & Enhancing Chrome & Stainless Steel Wire Wheels.

Directions for use please refer to the Instruction tab.

Free delivery for orders over $100

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Clean the tyre first with pH Neutral Alloy & Wire Wheel Cleaner

To use, simply apply to a firm sponge or 270-330 gsm microfibre cloth and wipe around the tyre surface.

Once completed wipe over again to ensure the tyre is dry.

Take a step back and smile at your returned to new.

Reapply as and when necessary.

May be applied to a wet tyre immediatley after washing.

Ensure the tyre surface is clean before application.

Apply evenly over the tyre surface.

Drying after application.

Keep tyre application sponge and cloth separate from the rest of your cleaning equipment.

Follow up by applying External Rubber Rejuvenator to all the external rubber seals.

Keep out of reach of children.

In case of eye contact, rinse eye thoroughly with water.

If swallowed do not induce vomiting, seek immediate medical attention.

Always wear gloves and test first.

 

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