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Discussion in 'Detailing & Truck Care' started by MTM, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. xPosTech

    xPosTech Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    That glycerin we used for quietening the rubber suspension bushings was in the fifties. It should take the squeak out of weatherstripping, too.

    My 76 K5 Blazer used to drive me crazy with the squeaking in the roll down rear window. I wonder why I never thought to use glycerin?

    I would rather have clean, solid black tires with no shine whatsoever.

    Ted
     
  2. PantheraUncia

    PantheraUncia Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Well we are a few days out and some of the glycerin has spun off the tires, but the tires are still maintaining some of the "gloss/shine" but the nice thing is that even though that initial shine is less than when I applied it, the tires are dark black , not that dull faded black. I am happy with "black" tires even if the shine wears off a little and I can still re-apply the glycerin if I want the shine back.

    Again, a 10% solution should work, I upped it to 50% to see how it worked.
     
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  3. DiyGuy

    DiyGuy New Member

    Consider the Aerospace 303 line of products. They are a mainstay in the marine market and I swore by the stuff for UV protection. They now have automotive products. The autodetailer spray is simply awesome. Most all of their products contain UV protection.

    http://www.autogeek.net/303.html?gclid=CPCo2tLM0dICFQgOaQodqCoJig
     

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