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Return to Chemical Guys TVD_107 - V.R.P. Super Shine Dressing (1 Gal)
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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Amazing dressing! April 10, 2011
Reviewer: Ryan LaMark from Gardiner, NY  
This dressing is by far the best I have ever used. It is 100% dry to the touch after applying it. Brings out a nice natural clean look. Looking forward to using many of your other products. Thanks CG!

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  25 of 25 people found the following review helpful:
Awesome... September 9, 2009
Reviewer: Philip M from NY  
I used this on my tires with a foam applicator. Perfect uniform shine, that isn't overly "tacky" looking. Someone wrote on CG, that they don't like the tires shinning more than the car.. This is the product to use. I also used it on my black plastic trim on my Denali around the mirrors and plate frame. No issues. I would use this on a dash and interior panels, etc. Great stuff, I am getting a gallon next time. I am never using the tire spray I used to use...I threw the stuff out - 8 bottles.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
GREAT PRODUCT!!!! November 2, 2007
Reviewer: Sina Davani from gaithersburg, MD United States  
I recently started my detailing company and let me tell this product is FAR the best product i used. It makes the Interior brand new out of factory/shiner look, it's also dry to touch Chemical guys weren't kidding. Awesome product guys.

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  9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
Extreme VRP November 28, 2006
Reviewer: Jose Rodriguez from Miami, FL United States  
The Extreme VRP is a great exterior dressing for tires, plastic body cladding, and trim.  It's perfect for tires as it leaves a dark, new-looking sidewall without that greasy hooker look.  What works best for me is applying a single coat with a sponge to all 4 tires and then coming back with the other side (dry) of the sponge and rubbing out the excess.  This leaves a perfect, uniform finish.

I also get great results on plastic body cladding found on trucks like SR5 Toyota 4Runners and Honda Elements.  Makes it look new again especially on older UV-damaged (sun-bleached) bumpers and fender flairs.  It brings the color right back.

When you're done, hose the sponge down and it all comes out due to the water base.  No grease, no mess, just air dry for next time.

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