TACSYSTEM Tire Dressing - Works on tires, rubber, weather seals, trims, plastics.
So what’s the difference between Tire Coat and Tire Dressing? TAC just can’t help themselves, the Tire Dressing is also a Siloxane based tire coating, but with less of it, and tuned to produce a glossier finish. It also works as a trim restorer, works on rubber, unpainted plastic parts, mud guards etc. It increases elasticity on rubber parts, preventing cracks from forming on tires.
The dressing also creates a hydrophobic finish, creates a barrier between stains the surface.
The idea is this, the cleaner the surface, the better anything will bond. This is especially the case for tire coatings/dressings. The sponge that you apply the Tire Dressing with should not turn black and grimy, it should stay completely clean with only product residues.
Apply a thick coat of Tire Dressing onto surface and let it saturate and sit for 5-15 minutes, this will ensure the Tire Dressing itself gets absorbed into the tire. Then buff off residue. Letting the product sit is not limited only to TACSYSTEM’s Tire Dressing, this applies to most tire dressings, as it greatly increases durability.