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Old 09-01-2014, 10:16 AM   #11
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I'm also working my way through a bottle of this and it is very good.

As with all tyre dressings it is very much dependent on tyre brand as to how well the product takes to the tyre surface...Conti's being one of the more fussy brands so to get that finish is a sign of a good product
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Old 09-01-2014, 10:17 AM   #12
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IMO , with right application , this is most durable, and certainly most dirt repellent tire dressing I've ever used.
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Old 26-06-2014, 09:49 PM   #13
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Is this a solvent based or water based dressing? I guess solvent based are glossier always and last longer than water based. Says somewhere its a Si02 based, is that in anyway harmful in the long run?
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Is this a solvent based or water based dressing? I guess solvent based are glossier always and last longer than water based. Says somewhere its a Si02 based, is that in anyway harmful in the long run?
Can someone please reply- anyone from Gyeon?
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Old 30-06-2014, 01:07 PM   #15
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Tire is solvent based and as it contains SiO2 - it has to be.
No, it's not harmfull, the formula is "composed" in a very safe way. As with any carcare product - mind health and safety measures and keep away from children.
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Old 04-08-2014, 01:18 PM   #16
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Used this yesterday for the first time. I was suitably impressed. What I had failed to appreciate was just how little you would need per tyre. Very economical with regards to coverage. I will watch the longevity with interest.
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Old 15-06-2018, 11:40 PM   #17
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Hello everyone,

I offer you my feedback about GYEON TIRE !

I was expecting a lot of this product because it is really considered the reference of the moment.
I have tested some tire dressing until now: Sonus, Autoglym, CarPro, Meguiar's, so products with a very satiny or glossy (reasonably).

I tested the product on 2 of my vehicles.

I first cleaned the tires with my rim cleaner (AF Imperial).
Then I applied the product on an old tampon because my tire applicator has disappeared

The rendering of Gyeon Tire is very dull, the rendering of the tire is new, it does not look like you have applied a shiny tire but you just fit new tires what can be destabilizing if you want a rendering "shiny" or "wet".

The result was a little disappointed or rather surprised we will say. But I feel like the rendering fades very very "quickly".

I did not pay attention on my daily but on my BMW,
after traveling 120 kilometers It seemed to me that there was nothing left.

I wonder if I applied it incorrectly (because of the applicator ?), if my tire is not receptive or if my product is defective (and if it is, I'll let it know in the shop where I have it acquired)...
I expected a lot of this product, I hope not to stay on this first impression "mixed" ...
Maybe I'll try warming it up next time for fun!


I do not have a photo but I will think to do it to you next time!

PS : sorry for my english
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I Then I applied the product on an old tampon because my tire applicator has disappeared

The result was a little disappointed or rather surprised we will say. But I feel like the rendering fades very very "quickly".

I did not pay attention on my daily but on my BMW,
after traveling 120 kilometers It seemed to me that there was nothing left.
Must have been the time of the month.
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Must have been the time of the month.
I traveled 120 kilometers 2 days after applying it...
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