The world may not be perfect, but thanks to Chemical Guys, your dressing can be.
Chemical Guys VRP DRESSING 2 is the only 100% super shine, dry-to-the-touch dressing that works as well on vinyl, rubber, tires as it does on hard plastics, such as plastic bumpers and mirror casings. VRP is an all-in-one dressing for interior and exterior trim.
In a perfect world dressings could shine, help block against UV rays, leave behind a pleasant smell, be 100% dry to the touch and even be enriched with a surface sealant to protect and repel dust and dirt for months. But, rather than waiting for a perfect world, Chemical Guys created Extreme VRP Dressing. It is a dual action dressing that leaves surfaces 100% dry to the touch and shining better then new, while protecting the surface against dirt and dust.
VRP's water-based conditioners penetrate the surface to restore and maintain shine while leaving behind an invisible shield that repels water, dirt, and dust. The coating maintains a 100% dry, never greasy or oily, supple, fresh texture of vinyl, leather, plastic, rubber and tires. The emulsion repels dirt and dust while blocking out harmful UV rays. Surfaces treated with Extreme VRP shine longer and require less cleaning. Treated surfaces resist drying, fading and cracking.
Apply Chemical Guys Extreme VRP Dressing as often as desired without fear of clouding or discoloration. However, one coat goes a long way. It shines for months, shielding and protecting against the elements.
- A multi-surface shield for your vehicle's interior.
- Works great on all finished leather, vinyl, rubber, door moldings and tires.
- Extra thick, pure emulsion will not separate or sling and is easy to apply with towel or sponge.
- Industry-leading sealants aid in protecting seats, door panels, and dashboard against the elements.
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Chemical Guys Extreme VRP Dressing 16 oz.
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Great tire dressing
December 27, 2015
I love how this stuff looks on tires. It is a little thicker than I'd like. But if you wet down your applicator sponge and wring it out just so that it's slightly damp, it spreads perfectly. The one thing that I might ding it for is that it doesn't last a super-long time. I'm testing out PERL at the moment to see if that holds up better.
Pros:Perfect sheen for tires
Cons:A little bit thick
July 30, 2013
With tires, as a finishing solution, I want if possible, protection combined with appearance. VRP gives both hands down. The formula is not in the least oily, instead almost a "balm" if you will that penetrates into the rubber and remains protecting for a long, long time. The dull - soft "glow" is another plus.
Clean the rubber by whatever means you prefer and clean it completely, really completely! Afterward apply the VRP (I use a cotton cloth) and "scrub" it in thoroughly. A little does go a fairly long way so it is economical, too. Afterward, depending upon the aforementioned "dull glow" I tend to wipe off a bit more and the tires come out exceptional..........., clean, soft to the eye, protected, classy. VRP is equally outstanding with rubber, plastic and vinyl throughout the remainder of the car (or in any number of other application), never shiny, not at all oily. A simply phenomenal product, period.