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Wilder, ID (PRWEB) June 08, 2011
Tire Shine Lasts for Months
Breakthrough development in coating technology (and 7 years of hard work) had led to the development of PowerSheen Tire Brite. This new technology - not based on silicone allows enthusiasts to have tires look better for much longer than traditional tire dressings.
PowerSheen Tire Brite is a 3 piece kit, which includes a cleaner to remove all oil and silicone, an applicator and coating which is water based. Because it dries in 5 minutes it will last much longer than silicone-based tire cleaners. As much as 4+ months with the first application. Auto detailers will no longer have silicone all over paint, wheels, shop and clothes.
PowerSheen is also noted for its remarkable customer service. When a problem arises with PowerSheen Tire Brite the automotive aftermarket company is quick to respond with replacement product at no charge - a rare feat in today’s business world…The following are testimonials to PowerSheen's customer service:
“Thanks for the offer to ship more product but mine seem to work fine. Dale” – Arkansas
“Thanks for the great customer service, Regards Tom” - Illinois
“Tried it out on 1 tire on my wife’s Tahoe. She went through a rain storm today and the tire still looks great. So far I am sold! Well worth the wait. Ryan” - Indiana
“Used product this weekend and works great. Thank you Mike” - WV
“Thank you for the prompt notice. Nice to know I am dealing with a company that stands behind its products. Looking forward to receiving the replacement product. Richard” SC
Snow gone, Now it's time to Clean! Here are a few Ideas for Spring/Summer Cleaning:
Use permanent tire shine products and Tire Prep/Cleaner. This will protect the tire appearance, enabling drivers to go longer between washes.
Another hazard to paint on cars and trucks is dead bugs.
During the Spring and Summer its common to see dead bugs splattered all over a vehicle’s front bumper and headlights. If left on too long, the paint could wear away.
PowerSheen suggests taking the following steps:
- Use high pressure hose after you have sponged on a good soap designed for cars which will help to protect the clear coat on your car.
- Get a durable sponge or a car cleaning cloth to wipe away the bugs using the soap and water. Be sure to rinse thoroughly after cleaning.
- If you still have bugs, try using a mild degreaser product. Use this as a last resort.
- If you plan on washing the rest of your car, be sure to use quality products. Using a good tire cleaner, tire dressing and car shampoo can make all the difference in how your car looks.
Interested car enthusiasts can view the tire cleaning process at PowerSheen.com and order the [PowerSheen Retail Kit for $24.95 plus shipping. Then go out and enjoy the drive!