McKee’s 37 Tire Coating

Item Description:

Long lasting tire shine from McKee's 37!

Flexible acrylic-based resin coating

Wont sling off

Lasts for months

McKee’s 37 Tire Coating is an advanced tire coating that forms a chemical-resistant bond with tires. The unique acrylic-based resin formula provides months of durable, flexible protection that outperforms standard tire dressings. McKee’s 37 Tire Coating lasts months, even in extreme weather conditions, and the shine level can be adjusted to suit your needs.

If you?ve ever coated your tires with a conventional oil or water-based tire dressing then you may have noticed that they don?t work that well. They make the tires look great for a few days, but the moment you hit a puddle, the look is gone and you just may well have tire dressing slung all over your wheel wells and quarter panels. In some cases, those inferior tire dressings will even turn the tires brown! McKee’s 37 Tire Coating changes all that. It safely coats the tires, and, as long as the tires have been properly prepared using McKee’s 37 Tire Cleaner & Restorer, will outlast the competition.

McKee’s 37 Tire Coating provides more than just good looks, it?s designed to create a long-lasting barrier of protection that can last up to a year, depending on the amount of driving you do. This protective layer seals the rubber so that antiozonants and UV absorbers won?t leech out?that means less likelihood of browning, cracking, and deterioration on treated tires! The flexible formula won?t crack or peel either, so tires will look great for the long haul!

Multiple coats of McKee’s 37 Tire Coating can be applied to create a natural or high gloss look, depending on your personal preference. Low gloss requires two thin coats, and additional coats can be added to increase gloss. If you prefer high gloss tires, don?t worry, McKee’s 37 Tire Coating is applied in very thin layers and a single bottle will provide several coats on a couple dozen tires! Once tires are coated with McKee’s 37 Tire Coating, they can be maintained with ordinary car wash soap. Even whitewalls and tires with raised lettering will maintain a like-new look when treated with McKee’s 37 Tire Coating!

  1. Always work on a clean, dry surface that is cool to the touch.
  2. Use McKee’s 37 Tire Cleaner & Restorer to remove any browning and previously applied dressings. SKIPPING THIS STEP WILL CAUSE PRODUCT FAILURE
  3. Evenly apply McKee’s 37 Tire Coating directly to the face of clean, dry tire using a soft-bristled brush. Be sure to coat raised letters, ribs, and grooves evenly.
  4. Slight foaming may occur. Continue to spread product evenly and it will dry clear.
  5. Allow product to set for 15 minutes, then apply a second coat. If higher gloss is desired, apply additional coats waiting 15 minutes between each coat.

People who purchased this product also bought:

6 Reviews

Product Reviews

4 Reviews
75% (3)
25% (1)
0% (0)
0% (0)
0% (0)
100% Recommend this product (4 of 4 responses)
By scott
Indian Land SC
December 19, 2018
Works well if you prep correctly
I bought this to accompany the Tire Rejuvinator to see if the two step process could correct my tires browning. I followed the directions of first using the TR and then applying the coating and they looked great but the driver side tires did not take as well, I think I tired (pun) out towards the end of the process when it started getting dark and did not clean the tires well enough before applying the coating, make sure you follow the directions. The passenger side tires look awesome after 4 days of driving in the snow/ice and two other rain events. The driver side does not. Also, all terrain tires will require much more of the coating, especially if there is an abundance raised lettering, graphics, and grooves. I will rejuvenate the tires, apply more coating to the driver side tires and update my review when I have time.
ProsGreat black appearance that lasts if you follow the directions, take your time, and don't run your tires along the curve when parking. Dagnabbit!
ConsTime consuming process of prepping the tires with M37 rejuvinator (especially on AT tires) and then coating but so far worth the effort if I do not have to treat them weekly with products that sling up on my freshly detailed car.
By Mike
Texas by God
September 6, 2018
Works better than any other product I€™ve used.
Pros Easy application, does not run or drop.
By Michael
Round Rock, TX
January 16, 2016
Worth the extra time
Between the super-thorough cleaning and the time between coats, it does take awhile to apply, but it definitely seems to be worth it with a lasting beautiful look. Easy to apply and quick curing. Winner.
ProsEasy to apply Great look
ConsProcess is a bit long but shouldn't have to do very often.
By Michael
Lawndale, CA
December 26, 2015
Great tire coating
As I am writing this review, I have used this tire coating twice. The first time I had issues with it bonding to the tire. I contacted the product developer on the forum and he mentioned to me that the tires must be clear of any tire dressings and he recommended that the tires be cleaned weekly for about one to two months prior to using it as some water based tire dressings have conditioners in it. By that time the tire conditioners should be pushed out and ready for the coating to be applied.

I did exactly as he said and the second time I used it was a success. I cleaned the tires weekly for two months. It bonded to the tire and it looks great. This is a nice and durable product that lasts months. A little goes a long way. I find it best to apply it with the Carrand tire brush.
ProsA little goes a long way Looks great Durable
ConsCan have issues bonding to tires that are not properly prepped.