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Old 06-23-2013, 11:10 AM
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ive been looking for a product that would shine up the wheel wells. theyre so faded black and it would make the truck look better if they were a deep glossy black, besides spray paint, does anyone have any suggestions?
 
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Ive used tire foam before. Ive even used it on outer frame rails, rear axle and front under shields. Is there any rust in your wells.
 
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Old 06-23-2013, 03:58 PM
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theres one spot of rust on the drivers side but its not noticeable unless you really try finding it. i have tire spray idk how that would look. i tried armor all foam before up there. didnt work out to well...then again it was armor all lol im not a big fan of their products
 
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Old 06-23-2013, 05:17 PM
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Rustoleum truck bed liner in a spray can works well.
 
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ill have to pick up a can and give it a try. thanks man!
 
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I'm using the Meguiar's Accent Dressing. It works great but it doesn't last long.
 
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Originally Posted by TMM217 View Post
Rustoleum truck bed liner in a spray can works well.
i know this is from awhile ago, i just did 3 of the wells (the can ran out before the 4th well) , the rustoleum bed liner did a hell of a job. it was so simple to put on with no drips or overspray. best way i did it was take the tire off, spray 2 coats on it, and while i let it dry i cleaner the complete tire and rim front and back side, I used mothers rim and tire cleaner...it did a better job on the tire then the rims. looks amazing

i also made sure i cover the brakes and rotors with a large trash bag
 
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