Alright!!, lets get it going!, lets see everybody's secrets on making our cars shine.:cheerleader1:
Are you talking about Mothers' Back-to-Black Trim Dressing? It says it's was for unpainted black plastic and trim pieces. I've used it on my old truck's fender flares and bumpers, and it sucked. Mr. Clean Magic Erasers work much better at getting such pieces looking like new.Hand wash and dry, then every so often back to black wax... talk about a real bitch. Has anyone ever used the back to black wax? You better have some time on your hands if you plan to do that.
I use the Armor All Extreme Tire shine. It's a white gel and it comes with an applicator. Before the Armor All, I used to have a spray that always left residue on my driveway.Tire dressings are tough. I have had no real luck with any of them. I've tried the gels, the foams and the sprays. If anyone can suggest something great, let me know and how you make it work so well.
Actually regardless its hard.unless you go 1 drop to a 5 gallon bucket then maybe.1 tablespoon to 1qt of water.Works great on wheels also.Very weak solution or yes it is hard on paint