McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating is an ceramic infused resin that is acrylic-based. This forms a chemical resistant flexible coating on your tires. It will not wash or sling off or turn tires brown. An application can provide several months of protection. The coating dries to the touch. The first part in the process is McKee's 37 Tire & Rubber Rejuvenator. This is a heavy duty tire cleaner. In order for the coating to adhere correctly, this step must be taken. The sealing process protects the rubber preventing antiozonants and UV absorbers from leaching out of the surface. As the coating eventually wears off, simply clean the tires with car wash soap, let them dry. Then re-apply the Ceramic Tire Coating. If you like a low gloss appearance, apply one thin coat. If more shine is desired, apply a thicker coat. For those with classic cars, the coating works well on raised white lettering and white walls.
**TIRES MUST BE CLEANED WITH McKee's 37 Tire & Rubber Rejuvenator**
- Ensure surface is cool to the touch.
- Thoroughly clean tires using McKee's 37 Tire & Rubber Rejuvenator until all browning and previously applied dressings are removed. The tires are cleaned properly when a white foam is produced as you scrub them. IF YOU NEGLECT TO PERFORM THIS STEP THEN THE COATING WILL NOT PROPERLY ADHERE.
- Allow the tire to dry completely before applying McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating.
- For best results, apply McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating with a soft foam applicator, like the Dual Action Trim & Tire Applicator Sponge.
- Apply the coating directly onto the applicator and spread over face of tire, evenly distributing the coating.
- Pay special attention to raised letters, ribs, and grooves.
- Do not wipe with a microfiber towel! Allow coating to air dry for 1 hour before exposing the vehicle to water or moisture.
Maintain the finish with your favorite car wash – we prefer McKee's 37 SiO2 Auto Wash!