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Horizon | High Gloss Water-Based Silicone Free Tire Shine


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  • Extreme high-gloss tire shine with a wet-look finish

  • Mimics the look of a high-gloss silicone tire shine without the use of silicone

  • Use Horizon within a body shop and on engine components 

  • Thin, cream-like consistency allows spraying and leveling with tire shine applicator or detail brush when used on aggressive off-road tires  

  • Dilute with water for lower sheen 

  • Due to the dressing’s thickness, you must prime the 8-ounce fine mist trigger spray several times before Horizon is released through output mister

  • Comparable shine to our Magic Blue Tire Dressing

  • Candy scented



There are many benefits to using a tire shine on your vehicle. Tire shine acts as a protectant against dry rotting, cracking, hardening, discoloration, fading from harmful UV rays, and can provide an ultimate brilliance depending on the type of tire shine you choose. Greenway’s Horizon allows the user to obtain the same results of silicone-dressing without silicone, meaning you will get the same brilliance and deep wet look of a tire shine containing silicone. 

Horizon is a water-based tire shine dressing that provides an incredible high gloss, wet-look finish. Until now, water-based tire shines would never offer the same type of wet-look high-gloss finish that a silicone-solvent dressing produces. 

Since Horizon is water-based, you can cut the tire shine with water to obtain the level of sheen desired. The amount of water will range from approximately 25 percent to 50 percent to achieve the desired look on the particular surface of the application. Use Horizon on tires, engine components, wheel wells, and trim, and you should not apply Horizon on interior surfaces.

Horizon is a thin, cream-like consistency that allows for a spray and wipe application. You will need to smooth out the dressing after applying Horizon without dilution.   Horizon will “set-up” within minutes after application and produce an excellent gloss that lasts just like a solvent-silicone tire shine.


How to Apply Horizon Tire Shine:

Always clean the tire thoroughly with a tire and whitewall cleaner. A standard washing solution WILL NOT WORK! Before application, a heavy-duty degreaser that will not “brown” the tire is vital. Scrub each tire with a stiff tire brush after application of degreaser.

Allow the tire to dry completely; once the tire is dry, wipe your finger on the tire’s sidewall. If a heavy coat of grease and grime remains, repeat the above step one additional tire to remove all old silicone tire dressing before applying the new dressing.

Apply the tire shine with an applicator. Allow to dry shortly, and your vehicle is ready to be driven.


Tires containing mold release procedure:

  • If tires are mounted on a vehicle that has been driven, use one of our premium degreasers to remove most grime.
  • Spray the tire and all 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.
  • 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 a majority of the product.
  • If the film can be felt or seen on the tire, repeat the process.
  • Rinse thoroughly with water.


Tires NOT containing mold release:

  • Spray the tire and all 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 a stiff bristle tire brush and rinse adequately with water. We suggest having the appropriate wheel cleaning brushes in a water-filled bucket. The brushes in the bucket will help create a foaming lather and spread the sidewall’s wheel cleaner.
  • Let air dry.
  • Check to make sure you have removed all residue. Tires should have a new natural look to them. You will need to clean brown-looking tires or tire sidewalls that produce dirt on your fingertip 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 likely create an overspray on vehicle components.


Car Detailing Tech Tip:

  • Tire surface preparation is the most crucial step. Merely spraying a degreaser onto the tire and pressure washing off is inadequate. Tire scrubbing with a stiff tire brush needs to occur for the product to adhere.
  • Spraying Horizon onto the tire will not only cause overspray, but driveway staining and slickness can occur. A “ring” will form on the customer’s driveway, which will be extremely difficult to remove and remain slick, especially during rainstorms.
  • Always buff down any “pooling” that occurs on top of the tire sidewall. Smooth out the dressing with a clean tire shine applicator or a microfiber towel to ensure the excess dressing is not present on the sidewall surface. Doing so will ensure all tire dressing absorbs into the tire, and no tire sling can occur.
  • Always allow a dressing to “set-up.” Typically, a full gloss appearance can take several minutes to appear. 
  • Load Range tires C (6 ply), D (8 ply), and E (10 ply) can be more challenging to dress. These tires are on heavier vehicles such as large SUVs and pickup trucks. You may need a second coat of Horizon on these particular tires.
  • Never use Horizon on the inside of a vehicle. This product will cause extreme tackiness.

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