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Posted: 10/23/21 09:26am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

LandYacht35diesel wrote:

.....anything that might even rejuvenate the sidewalks ?

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I scrub my tires with Super Clean (purple jug). The tires then look like new with no artificial shine. I hate that treated look on tires.

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Nothing you can do now will renew 6 year old tires. Probably the best is covering the tires when in storage. But most folks will find their tires age out well before they wear out.

Mine are due this spring. I'll do all seven tires. Toyo.


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Posted: 10/24/21 02:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Check out McKee's 37. Love their Gloss Tire Gel which includes a UV protectant. Water and soap cleanup (non petroleum) and it lasts. I use a paint brush to apply it. I haven't tried their ceramic or rejuvenator tire formulations yet.


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Florida sun for six years. Forget rejuvenation. go for replacement.


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