How to Give Your Tires a Deep, Black Shine That Lasts a Year Long
This year, statistics say that the automotive detailing and car wash industry are going to be worth $11.5 billion. In other words, folks are willing to spend a ton of money in order to make sure that their cars are in tiptop shape. Who would have ever thought that soap and other cleaning products could bring so much money?
So where does all of this money come from? It surely can’t just be in car wash suds alone.
Well, when we head to the isle of our local big box store or auto parts store that has car care products, there is sure to be plenty of them. The brands responsible for keeping automobiles clean have definitely figured out a way to cater to just about every single part of a car. Whether it’s the most obvious in the paint, perhaps something a little bit less obvious like glass, or maybe even plastic trim, there is a chemical out there to keep it clean and give it more life.
This time, though, the topic up for discussion is that of keeping tires clean. Naturally, for years, people have been using different sorts of tire shine to make sure that their tires have a little bit glossier of a look over just being cleaned with soap alone. One of the disappointing parts about cleaning a vehicle and leaving the tires undressed is that they will fade to this chalky-looking gray color without being coated with something.
Thankfully, with products like tire shine, users can get a couple of months of a deep black shine. However, as these products are constantly developing, companies have looked for ways to make that shine even better and last longer.
This time, we join in with automotive care legend, Chris Fix, as he takes on Turtle Wax Jet Black Endura-shine Tire Coat. The product supposedly takes a shine from just a couple of months to a year-long ordeal! How well does it actually work, though, find out in the video below…