Dressing your tires is like putting icing on the cake. This tool is perfect for applying the finishing touch to your tires. Dressing application is typically a messy job, especially if you don’t have the right applicator. The tire dressing applicator, good also for molded plastic, is designed for making your application easier than ever. It’s contoured to fit the hand, and priced to fit the budget. A finger groove encircles the circumference of a two-inch-thick pad of high quality poly foam—the best material for applying tire dressings. The closed-cell applicator disperses any kind of tire dressing evenly and consistently for a sensational result, but keeps your hands away from the mess.
Not sure which tire dressing to use? I’d recommend Wolfgang Black Diamond Tire Gel or Pinnacle Black Onyx Tire Gel. It’s easy to apply, gives an incredible, rich finish, and doesn’t sling off onto panels like many other products.
Tip: Set aside any applicators you use on your tires. Keep them designated for tire use only as they pose a risk to other surfaces of the car.
I actually ended up using this for a applicator for my leather seat conditioner.. It worked really well and is worth the money. I really enjoyed using it.. It fits great in your hand!
Doesn't last long
March 10, 2013
This applicator worked great on its first use but after trying to use it again it started leaving foam particles on my tire while applying tire dressing. Had to toss it after its second use. Tire dressing used was Optimum Tire Shine.
Cobra Tire Dressing Pad
April 18, 2010
These work well. I find them better at applying a nice even coat of Pinnacle Black Onyx Tire Gel than the free tire swipes provided with the Black Onyx.
These also keep your hands clean because they have a groove in between the application part of the pad and the handle part.
Kinda pricey though at around $3 each, so I always wait for them to go on BOGO before I buy them.