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#1 (permalink) Old 08-08-2005, 03:11 AM
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Hi all,

I am testing Por-Glo for the next while.. for those of you who do not know Por-glo is a liquid from a manufacturer that claims that when you put this on your tires it will last one year.. not a couple days / week like Armour all.

This should be interesting since I just bought new Dunlops for my car (new pic up soon) - I applied it tonight and so far it is very shiny. I hope it does what they say.. but I thought I would test the results here and keep taking pics of it over the next little while- especially after rain.

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I'm assuming its a tire-shine that lasts a year? Sort of like the once-a-year wax?

I'd be interested in seeing the results. Keep us posted!

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Not a lot of people know of it.. but it went on more like paint then it did armour all.
I actually went over it again after the first coat. Now I will not touch it for a while to see what happens. I did take pics tonight by the way.. will post.

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I will update accordingly - and add pics - especially after rain..

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