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Old 08-15-2003, 12:29 PM   #1
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Default How Do You Make Tires Shine With Household Products?

Just washed the car, and I don't feel like driving down to get any tire shine. Anything around the house I can use? Thanks.
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just use the "real ****", because it's proven not to crack your tires

or...get some pig's belly meat(the one is 2inch thick of pure fat) and rub it on your tires
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just get your lazy *** up and get some tire shine Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size.
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lol, well i just read that warm water and sugar might work, so ill try that
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lol, well i just read that warm water and sugar might work, so ill try that
i'm thinking that if the sugar penetrates the sidewalls of the rubber and crystallizes.. you could weaken the integrity of the side wall..
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Unless you live way out in the country, I would just go pick some tire shine up and be safe lol.
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yeah, well the sugar water didnt work anyways, and yes, i do live sorta out in the country... our dirt road is really dry, and dust gets kicked up everywhere. but i think ill just go down anyways. just trying to make my car look good for a date Click the image to open in full size.
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lmfao. I see.........lol.
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man protein...........gettin jerkin Click the image to open in full size.
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Damn, bum some armor-all of your neighbors ya lazy ***...
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yes, i am a lazy *** because i just washed my car, i live on a dirt road, and its dry. and i dont have neighbors. so thanks for the advice.
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just use the "real ****", because it's proven not to crack your tires

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Vaseline or lotion...... i dunno Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 08-15-2003, 03:05 PM   #15
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Just washed the car, and I don't feel like driving down to get any tire shine. Anything around the house I can use? Thanks.
Are you that broke??? Go with Meguiar's
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I have tried like every tire shine product known to man... so far the one that I have found to be the best is Turtle Tire wax. I have the least problems with that flinging up on my car (white car) and it seems to last the longest, and look the blingiest.

Mequires is quite nice too. For the most part, anything you don't spray on gets my vote.
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I'm sure some cooking oil would do the trick if you are really that lazy. Click the image to open in full size.
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i am pretty sure that if you are going on a date in the evening the girl will not notice the dirt on your tires. if you're planning on using tire shine and then driving on a dusty road, you're more screwed than you started off..the dirts gonna stick to it playa.
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cooking oil. Pam, Grease, Peanutbutter, Crisco, they all work
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Just put a little mayo on them.
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yes, i am a lazy *** because i just washed my car, i live on a dirt road, and its dry. and i dont have neighbors. so thanks for the advice.
Kind sucks to just wash your car then having to drive on a dirt road right afterwards, get a truck Click the image to open in full size.
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