Tire protection you can count on!
Pinnacle Black Label Gel Tire Clear Coat is a water-based tire coating developed to provide truly durable protection. While tire gels and dressings only last for a few weeks, Pinnacle Black Label Gel Tire Clear Coats boast lifespan is measured in months. This durable protection creates a flexible barrier and prevents road contamination from finding its way back where it doesn’t belong.
In the world of tire dressings, we are left with only a few choices. Aerosol dressings that cover your tire in a thin layer of protection also tend to cover your wheel wells and the wheel itself. Spray and gel dressings provide a better level of control, but it’s still just a thin layer of liquid protection. The problem with these common tire care products is the fact that you’ll be out there again next week redressing them. Well, at least till now! Pinnacle Black Label Gel Tire Clear Coat is a tire coating that provides MONTHS of protection! The chemists at Pinnacle created a water-based coating that has the ability to flex with the tire, preventing the delamination of the coating. This unique formulation is able to withstand the continued abuse from daily driving while still providing a beautiful gloss along the way.
Do you prefer a satin, natural sheen? Or, maybe a wet high gloss? Either way, Pinnacle Black Label Gel Tire Clear Coat can provide it! By layering Pinnacle Black Label Gel Tire Clear Coat your can create a gloss that meets your expectations!
Directions for Use:
Before application, tires must be extremely clean. Clean using the Pinnacle Black Label Gel Tire Cleaner. The Gel Tire Cleaner will remove all previously applied dressings and will allow the Tire Clear Coat to form a bond to the tire sidewall. Allow tires to fully dry.
Dispense a nickel-sized dollop to a foam tire applicator and smooth evenly along the sidewall of the tire. Allow the Tire Clear Coat to dry for 30-60 minutes between coats, if desired.
Important: Always wear nitrile gloves. Apply to white letters and whitewalls first and allow to dry completely before coating the rest of the tire.