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Nice and Wet is a super easy to use aerosol dressing that protects, restores, and shines all rubber tires with super wet shine to make any car look like it just came from the dealership.
Use This Dressing To:
High Shine Protectant And Tire Wet
Nice And Wet restores a deep black look to all tires and prevents cracking and fading. Harsh UV sunlight and intense heat make plastic and rubber parts fade, look chalky and white, and even crack and break. This weatherproof formula sticks to tires and bumpers, and will not sling off, run, or drip. Moisturizing oils penetrate deep into pores to nourish and restore a like-new feel and texture.
Maximum Wet Shine With Minimal Waste
The foam spray dressing enhances a deep-black shine to sun-bleached tires and bumpers, making them look brand new again. Nice And Wet comes blended with UV blocking agents that repel harmful UV rays that break down and damage rubber and plastic. Detailing with Nice And Wet Tire Shine regularly can actually help rubber and plastic pieces last longer and stay looking new and shiny for longer.
|Ingredient INCI Name||Ingredient CAS Number||Ingredient Function||Presence on List of Chemicals of Concern|
|Ethyl butyrate||105-54-4||Fragrance Component|
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for this product can be downloaded from our website. Please note that OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard has different disclosure requirements than California's "Cleaning Products Right to Know Act of 2017." Therefore, information listed in Section 3 of the SDS may not exactly match the information in this disclosure.
When it comes to cars, the details matter and just one slip could ruin the look of your whole ride! Your trim may seem like a minor aspect of your detail, but leaving it neglected will stand out like a sore thumb. Cleaning your trim then applying a premium dressing is all it takes to restore your trim, but which dressing is right for you?