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Old 20-08-2018, 08:55 AM   #1
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Tyre dressing all over paint?

Managed to start putting AG Tyre Dressing instead of Aquawax on the paint after a wash - must have been tired! :-(

What's in tyre dressing? Will it have stripped off any wax I'd put on previously or have any other undesirable effects? Finish actually looks fine at the moment, but I don't want any longerer term issues...
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Old 20-08-2018, 09:01 AM   #2
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I'm pretty sure their spray on tyre dressing is water based, so will just wash off - if you over apply it on your tyres, you can get sling onto the car and it has no effect / doesn't cause any issues.

Just give the car another wash and hopefully all will be okay again
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Managed to start putting AG Tyre Dressing instead of Aquawax on the paint after a wash - must have been tired! :-(

What's in tyre dressing? Will it have stripped off any wax I'd put on previously or have any other undesirable effects? Finish actually looks fine at the moment, but I don't want any longerer term issues...
Oh dear...

No, it won't have stripped anything off, it will actually make it look very shiny I imagine! No long term issues, except maybe a greasy finish as the tyre dressing can't soak into the paint like it can on a tyre.
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Old 20-08-2018, 11:16 AM   #4
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Oh dear...

No, it won't have stripped anything off, it will actually make it look very shiny I imagine! No long term issues, except maybe a greasy finish as the tyre dressing can't soak into the paint like it can on a tyre.
Oh dear indeed... Yes, it does look quite shiny!
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