2021 Huracan EVO RWD Spyder Verde Themis
I am a little nuts about my tires, I have to have that wet look.Thanks Russ but the tires look fine au naturel. Apparently, I got all the VRP off the car/tires with the second wash so I am not going to use it again. I just found the tire shine is pulling in the wrong direction.
Things you can do to minimize the sling that work, but not 100%, let it dry for at least 24 hours and knock the shine coat down either with a rag or paper towels. I try to be meticulous with this stuff but there is always some sling. If it gets on a PPF edge it can leave a black line that will have to be addressed.I am a little nuts about my tires, I have to have that wet look.
You should try Chadwicks "No Sling" it is the best I have found so far.After I washed the EVO I cleaned all that tire shine off. After the wash I have since driven the EVO around and no slime sling has occurred. Admittedly, tire shine looks nice but for me it's more trouble than it's worth.
The first image (in the previous post) of the hard bristles could potentially damage the paint though the modified soft one will work great. I was using this red brush (see image below) for the wheelwell but it would not easily conform to the interior wheelwell contours but this soft variant cost me $1.29 and works great.they make a spongy material toilet bowl cleaner that is soft and compliant.
at least here in Mexico they have a couple of different models.