Slick Mist Tire and Trim Shine

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Slick Mist Tire and Trim Shine

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Lucas Slick Mist Tire & Trim Shine is a treatment spray exclusively formulated by Lucas Oil Products designed to give Tires and Trim a long lasting “like-new” shine. Use Slick Mist Tire Shine to remove dull, grey oxidation from Bumpers, Tires, Plastic, or any Rubber and Vinyl Trim.

Key Benefits

  • Great for Cars, Trucks, Boats, and Airplanes
  • Shines and Protects in One Easy Application
  • Over Spray Not a Problem
  • Water Based
  • Sling Resistant
  • Quick and Easy
  • UV Resistant
  • Long Lasting
  • Prevents side-wall blowout

Packaging

  • #10513 - 710ml (Case of 6)
  • #10558 - Car Detailing Kit

ATTENTION

Do not use any Slick Mist® Products on floors, vehicle controls (PEDALS, GRIPS, STEERING WHEELS), motorcycle seats or tires, bicycle seats or tires, brake drums and any other surfaces where slipperiness may be hazardous.

Documentation

Technical Data Sheet Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet

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I want to say how happy I am with the Slick Mist Interior Detailer product.

I want to say how happy I am with the Slick Mist Interior Detailer product. The restoration of my 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo was recently
completed. I had the interior parts out of the car and stored for over 12 years while it was being restored. When it was time to put the interior back in the car, I went to clean up the vinyl on the door panels, back seat side panels, dashboard, and seats. When I took the parts out of their storage boxes, they were all covered with an oily sticky film that had developed over that time. I tried several cleaning and degreasing products, but nothing worked and the oily sticky film remained. I was horrified to think that I might have to replace my interior vinyl parts. I had purchased a bottle of Slick Mist Interior Detailer but had never used it. I noticed the label said \Removes dust, dirt, and oils. Does not leave oily residue.\ so I thought what the heck, gave it a try, and was GLAD I DID. I sprayed it on, let is soak for a few minutes, and then wiped it off. It removed the sticky film and restored
the look and feel of the vinyl to like new condition. I then sprayed the parts with a second coat for good measure, wiped them down again, and then
wrapped the cleaned vinyl parts in plastic. When I took the interior parts to the body shop doing my restoration, the crew could not believe it was the original 1970 vinyl.  After telling my story and seeing the results, the body shop now uses this product on their restoration projects too. THANK YOU!!!

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