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  1. #1 Wolf's Chemicals or Tuf Shine Tire Clearcoat. 
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    I was wandering if anyone here has used or heard anything about Wolf's Chemicals products or Tuf Shine Tire Clearcoat? Thanks for any info in advance.
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    I have some Nano Glass Sealant on order. Their other products are interesting, but pretty much in line with other specialty products. Nothing revolutionary.
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    I've never heard of Wolfs but I've heard great things about tuf shine
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    Thanks guys. I was thinking about trying Body Wrap and Tuf Shine
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    Is it just me, or does it look like that product is not sold in the US?

    EDIT: I must be looking at another company...I don't see any product called "Body Wrap" and Tuf Shine is made by, er...Tuf Shine.
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    Which product? Wolf's Chemicals? Nano Sealant is referred to as Bodywrap in Europe and Australia, and Wolf's Chemical products are available at DB/DD.

    Tuf Shine reviews are available at DI or Autopia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Gloss View Post
    Which product? Wolf's Chemicals? Nano Sealant is referred to as Bodywrap in Europe and Australia, and Wolf's Chemical products are available at DB/DD.
    Wolf's...I went to their website and they didn't show any US distributors, but once you mentioned DD I vaguely remembered something about that. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    Wolf's...I went to their website and they didn't show any US distributors, but once you mentioned DD I vaguely remembered something about that. Thanks.
    They just started carrying it.
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    I don't have any experience yet with either... Sorry I am interested in the Tuff Shine as well. Currently trying to decide between tuff shine or Megs Hyper Dressing for dressing pick-up tires.

    I have heard good things so far about the Wolf Sealant (body wrap). But Phil @ DD is just getting it in so not many have tried it yet unless they ordered it from across the pond.
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    Hi, I have tried both products. I like and use Hyper Dressing on a regular basis, but not so much for tires after trying the Tuff Shine. I applied Tuff Shine on my Girlfriends car about a month and a half ago and the tires still look pretty good, a nice low gloss satin black. I have only washed with ONR since applying and have been through about three or four days of rain in that time. I found the key to getting this to work well is to have absolutely clean tires to start with. I scrubbed the tires once with 3M's All Purpose Cleaner and Degreaser, then twice with Tuff Shine's tire cleaner and finally P21S TAW and a steamer. I applied 3 light coats with about 5 minutes between coats. The finish is dry to the touch with no greasy or oily film. I have seen other reviews of this product that say it is too glossy, maybe they are applying it very heavy or maybe they didn't rub it in as I did? I have only tried it on this one car but so far am very impressed, the fact that they are dry to the touch and low gloss is a plus for me. I'll be trying this on a few cars (along with my own) soon an will try get some pictures posted of how this looks.

    Hope this helps, Dan.
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    I scrubbed the tires once with 3M's All Purpose Cleaner and Degreaser, then twice with Tuff Shine's tire cleaner and finally P21S TAW and a steamer.

    Wow! With tires that clean, who needs a dressing?
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    I know a ton about tuf Shine. I've been using it for 3 years. I've done a few articles about it.

    Product Review: Tuf Shine Inc. – Detailed Image

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5EJTYvP6w0&list=UU9UIrMboUU_vAuXN49wfGOQ& index=2&feature=plcp]Tuf Shine Tire Dressing - YouTube[/ame]

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    I've never used the Tuff Shine but would like to. Everything I've read about it has been favorable.
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    I've wanted to try Tuf shine for a while also.
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    I put Tuf Shine on my DDs a couple of weeks ago. Loving it so far.
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