The Zaino Brothers stuff isn't goop. It is actually a cleaner that leaves a light glaze on the tires and rubber trim parts. It ins't like baby oil or wax. There ins't anything to fly off or to stick to. It does not look as bright and shiney as other stuff, but it is a cleaner/protector that leaves rubber materials looking new rather than waxed. You would need to look elsewhere for true tire gloss.kn7671 said:Looks good, but I would skip on the Tire Gloss. That crap get all over the side of the car and inside the fender wells. After that, it just collects dirt and more dirt. I've seen cars with 1/4" of crap built up inside the fender wells with dirt and goop.
Depends on how bad the gash is. In some instances, you can buff it out. You can also get what is called an automotive paint pen that is really liquid paint and just ink in the area. However, I would go into a body shop and have them sand and fill if it were noticable from any real distance. Probably cost you like 50 or 100 bucks, but if the gash is noticable small price to pay to fix it.DiSTuRBeDGTO said:I've got a chip from a rock on the autobahn in my side skirt. Besides getting it sanded down and repainted, is there anything I can do to get it "filled in?"