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Greenway's Magic Blue Tire Dressing

$5.99

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  • High quality and quantity of silicone. One of the most durable and highest quality tire dressings on the market guaranteed

  • Flashes quickly to decrease "setup" time

  • High content of silicone will help to achieve that "wet look" without applying multiple coats

  • A little goes a long way. Product will not "flash" off the tire immediately after application, unlike many inferior tire shines that contain less silicone

  • Silicone-based dressing that achieves the wet look that many car dealerships and car washes use

  • One of the highest gloss tire dressings we offer

  • Pleasantly scented

 

 

Greenway's Magic Blue is a long-lasting solvent-based silicone tire dressing designed to produce a very high gloss shine on any tire. Magic Blue will quickly dry without creating a sticky finish, therefore attracting less dust. Magic Blue is ready to use and is fortified with the highest-grade silicone content. Magic Blue tire shine will not sling and helps prevent tires from cracking or becoming discolored.

Since Magic Blue is a solvent-based silicone dressing, you can easily apply it by directly spraying it onto the tire or with a foam applicator. We recommend using Magic Blue with our foam tire applicator to produce the evenest shine without creating an overspray. By applying Magic Blue with a foam applicator, you will also have no product waste.

Never apply Magic Blue to the engine components. Magic Blue is highly fortified with silicone, and the silicone content may ruin some sensors. Greenway's Siligone is great for engine detailing and wheel well detailing as it is non-silicone, cost-effective, and will not attract dust.

 

How to Use:

The common complaint that users have is tire dressing sling. Tire dressing sling is very time-consuming to clean up and can lead to the staining of exterior components. The issue is that most users do not know how to apply a solvent-based tire dressing properly.

A solvent-based tire dressing, just like any other dressing, will not adhere to a dirty surface. Surface preparation is an essential part of the entire process. Using a degreaser is the best method to altogether remove any residue on the tire surface. Without 100 percent removal of all surface contamination, any tire shines, whether water-based, non-silicone, or solvent-based, will sling.

The most common issue we see is that the user is unaware of a mold release that is typically still on the tire and never removed before the tire dressing. A tire mold release will not allow any dressing to stick to the tire properly and result in a dressing sling.

We suggest using our Greenway's Tar B Gone to remove any mold release from the tire sidewall. Do NOT use Greenway's Tar B Gone if you do not have a mold release still present on your tire. Use one of Greenway's premium degreasers to remove any residue.

 

Tires containing mold release procedure:

  • If tires are already mounted on the vehicle and have been driven on, use one of our premium degreasers to remove most grime.

  • Spray tire and all surrounding areas with water using a high-pressure wash or garden hose

  • Apply one of our premium degreasers and let dwell for approximately 30 seconds

  • Scrub with still bristle tire brush and rinse adequately with water

  • Allow all tires to dry and proceed with using Greenway's Tar B Gone

  • Apply to the tire by spraying directly onto the tire. If you have low-profile tires, we suggest using an applicator to apply Greenway's Tar B Gone. A towel can be used but will absorb much of the product

  • Scrub with tire brush or terry towel.  Using a microfiber towel will not give the "cut" a terry towel can

  • Repeat process if a film can be felt or seen on the tire

  • Rinse thoroughly with water


Tires NOT containing mold release:

  • Spray the tire and surrounding areas with water using a high-pressure wash or garden hose.

  • Apply one of our premium degreasers and let it dwell for approximately 30 seconds.

  • Scrub with stiff bristle tire brush and rinse adequately with water. We suggest having the appropriate wheel cleaning brushes in a bucket filled with water.  Doing this will help create a foaming lather and spread the wheel cleaner on the sidewall.

  • Allow to air dry.

  • Check to make sure all residue is removed. Tires should have a new natural look to them. When touched, if brown-looking tires or tire sidewalls produce dirt on your fingertip- they need to be cleaned a second time.

  • Spray tire dressing onto applicator pad and apply onto the tire. Spraying a solvent silicone-based dressing directly on the tire will most likely create an overspray on vehicle components.

 

Car Detailing Tech Tip:

  • Tire surface preparation is the most crucial step. Simply spraying a degreaser onto the tire and pressure washing off is not adequate. Tire scrubbing with a stiff tire brush needs to occur for the product to adhere.

  • Spraying Magic Blue onto the tire will not only cause overspray, but driveway staining and slickness can occur. A "ring" will be formed on the customer's driveway, which will be extremely difficult to remove and remain slick, especially during rainstorms.

  • Never use silicone in or around a body shop. Silicone will cause paint defects. Use our Second 2 None Tire Dressing or Siligone when working in or around a body shop.

  • Using Magic Blue on engines can cause severe engine damage. Use Siligone as it does not contain silicone and will not attract dust.

  • It would be best if you did not use Magic Blue on exterior plastics. While many users like a high shine on plastic trim, Magic Blue will leave a sticky/tacky finish. We suggest using Siligone or Finishing Touch to obtain your perfect shine. Siligone will give a new clean look, while Finishing Touch will leave a higher gloss.

  • Use Siligone when dressing large wheel well areas. Using Magic Blue will cost more money and allow debris to become stuck to the wheel well liner.

  • Always buff down any "pooling" that occurs on top of the tire sidewall. Smooth out the dressing with a clean applicator or a microfiber towel to ensure the excess dressing is not present on the sidewall surface. This will ensure all tire dressing is absorbed into the tire and no tire sling can occur.

  • Always allow a dressing to "setup." Typically, a full gloss appearance can take several minutes to appear. This is especially true when using water-based dressings.

  • Load Range tires C (6 ply), D (8 ply), and E (10 ply) can be more challenging to dress. You might need a second coat. These tires are usually found among heavier vehicles such as large SUVs and pickup trucks.

  • Never use Magic Blue on the inside of a vehicle. This product will cause extreme glare and slipperiness.

  • Using Magic Blue on plastic and vinyl components outside the vehicle will cause paint contamination once rain occurs. The silicone will run down the car's sides and then transfer into the vehicle wash bucket and mitt. Your wash bucket and mitt will then become ruined, and suds will be FOREVER reduced in the wash bucket. You will "chase" the silicone as the sticky substance will just move among the vehicle surface. Another vehicle wash might have to be completed with a new bucket and wash mitt to remove contamination.

 

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