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We have a vendor at our shop (Mighty Parts) who have car care products as well. They were pushing this Strawberry Sheen tire gloss on me, i'm very skeptical on tire care products, there are so many that do so little. This stuff is the real deal. It's a thick liquid that goes on easy with a sponge, just apply and let it dry. NO slinging, not over-shiny, and lasts. It's what I use on my cars now. They have another product i'm wanting to try, Dark Cherry car glaze, it's supposed to be just for dark cars, helping with the swirl marks, light scratches, etc. Ol' Mr. Skeptical here will keep you guys posted on this.

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for a minute there when I read the title I was thinking you were into some fruity hair stuff. lmao!!:rofl:


but I may give it a try if you reccommend it.:readthemanual:
 

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I should have added: and it leaves your hair shiny and manageable!:rofl:

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Yes keep us posted if you try it.

I used some in the past that went on with a sponge, and lasted the longest of anything I've tried. I'll have to look for the Strawberry Sheen. Tell me there isn't strawberry juice in it though :lol:
 

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I've been meaning to ask you what it was that you tried on your tires. I remember you saying it was lasting very long!
And do you think DWB is dark enough for the Dark Cherry glaze?
 

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The guy shows up a couple times a week, I'll ask him about your color Chris. I'm hoping to get to try it soon.

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Chris, it looks purple coming out of the bottle, so I can see how it would help dark cars hide scratches. Being as your car is a dark blue, it may help it out. You could try a small area like on your back bumper and see what results we get. It goes on easy, removes easy, and buffs to a deep slick shine. Smells hella good too! Like i'm driving a freakin' fruit cup. :neener:

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Dave, did you ever get to try the Dark Cherry on your car? I haven't even had to use detail spray since the polish last week.

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Dave, did you ever get to try the Dark Cherry on your car? I haven't even had to use detail spray since the polish last week.

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nah, didnt get to use it saturday. If I do come on sunday I will try to use it then. :eek:ldtimer:
 
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