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What's a good long lasting tire dressing?

I used to use this stuff called Wipe New - Tires but it's since been discontinued.  There was a process.  First you soaped and scrub cleaned the tire, then let dry.  Then you don a 3M chemical filter cartridge mask, because no joke this stuff was noxious, then you applied just a teeny bit to the provided sponge and applied to the tire.  Go around doing all 4 then then come back and do it again.

The black lasted for a good long while...couple months before you had to do it again.

Is there anything like this still out there on the market?

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I've only really used armorall on my cars but never on my atv tires

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Thanks Elite.  I've been advised against using armor all anything as it tends to dry things out.  Been hearing good things about something called 303 though.  Not sure what it is, still researching.

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