McKee's 37 Gloss Tire Gel

McKee's 37 Gloss Tire Gel


One of the final steps in the detail process is to coat the tires.  McKee's 37 Gloss Tire Gel provides a clean, long lasting protectant that provides just the right level of gloss to the tires.  If used in conjunction with a tire & rubber cleaner, tires will remain looking freshly cleaned for a significant period of time.   This product can be used on any exterior rubber, vinyl and textured plastic surface to keep exterior trim looking fresh as well.  

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The Dallas Auto Salon Exterior Detail Process

Note: This all-encompassing detail process is meant to provide an overview of the detailing approach used by Dallas Auto Salon.  This is not THE way to detail a vehicle, it is simply ONE way to do so.  Each vehicle has different needs and the steps to appropriately address the needs of a vehicle depend on many factors which are reviewed prior to starting any work. The detail process is outlined below with the selected product highlighted to indicate it's stage of the process.

- Clean Wheels
- Clean Tires & Wheel Wells
- Treat heavily soiled areas with APC
- Wash exterior
- Dry exterior surfaces
- De-iron exterior surfaces
- Clay bar exterior surfaces
- Paint correction as needed
- Apply coating to exterior surfaces
- Apply sealant to exterior surfaces
- Apply carnauba wax to exterior surfaces
- Remove with spray wax    
- Dress tires/wheel wells/exterior plastics
- Clean windows inside & out

Use Instructions

Complete wheel/tire cleaning on all four tires, and complete regular wash of vehicle.  After drying the exterior surfaces of the vehicle, try wheels and tires using dedicated wheel/tire terry cloth towels.  Once tire is dry, apply tire gel to applicator pad and apply evenly to tire.  Be sure to get into lettering and groves on the sidewall of tire.  Do not apply to tire tread.  Buff and wipe excess using terry towel.  

For use on exterior trim, wash vehicle as normal and apply McKee's 37 Tire & Rubber Rejuvenator to dry surface.  Make sure to cover all surfaces evenly to avoid streaking or missed spots.  Buff and wipe excess using terry towel.