Join Date: May 2003
Location: El Dorado Hills, Ca
I had a product from the Dri-Wash folks that was for vynil and rubber, don't remember the name. Gave a good finish and stayed put. It also smelled like strawberries so it confused the hell outta the dogs. Most times tho I just use a little brake fluid on a rag. Wipe it on, let it sit for a bit, then buff it with a dry rag. Don't get it on white letter or whitewalls. Be sure to get rid of any globs as we all know how wunderful brake fluid is for paint. If ya do it right, the tires are round and black without that fake Revell/ArmourAll look and it is cheap.
Tuxedo Black '69 RS Convertable with White Z stripes and White Houndstooth interior.
70 Chevelle Malibu Granpa Car, All stock and gonna stay that way
07 FJ Cruiser, it's the dogs car he just lets me drive
02 Corvette, wife's fun car