AMMO Mud Tire Gel

Of all the products I’ve ever worked on, MUD was my nemesis. Here’s the story. I’m not a huge fan or super-slick-dripping-wet tires. It’s not me. It’s too much. However, I do like them to have a semi-gloss finish. Tastefully clean with a hint of shine. Sounds great, but it wasn’t easy. Years ago most tire shine was made with solvents, which (some) were not good for you. Like really really bad (ie… VOC’s, carcinogenetic, flammable), but they would evaporate super fast and leave behind a super slick shine with NO SLING. Back then, you might see car wash techs applying it with a paintbrush at the end of the conveyor line as the car came out of the tunnel. That’s the stuff. Then it was banned, then switched to LOBS (low odor-based solvents) but still super shiny. Fast forward a few years later, tire shine used water or water-based products instead of harsh solvents as their bases. Not as easy. The water and silicon emulsions needed to play nice with each other. Super frustrating until I figured out how to make it into a GEL, Hence, AMMO MUD TIRE GEL.

Fun fact: I once knocked over a half-full drum of my many failures of Mud onto the floor with an ill-placed forklift. All over the floor. It was silicone and water. I step in it to pick up the drum, fell, hit my head, and knocked myself out. My mother, yes my mom, happened to be visiting the blending facility that day and found me passed out in a pool of light blue-goo all around me. True story. 

  • Thick, black, gel, semi-gloss tire shine
  • Restores factory shine on black plastic trim & moldings
  • Greatly reduces tire sling 
  • Mud Gel dries super quick 
  • Long lasting hydration for your sidewalls

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 22 reviews
    NICK S.
    Perfect for a subtle finish.

    I personally do not like the super shiny glossy look that solvent/silicone based prodcuts give. This give a great look.

    Alek Lukacs
    It works! However…

    Now this stuff 100% works it conditions the rubber on the tire absolutely. Only problem is that I’m even when it “soaks it in” it doesn’t hold the shine that say the autozone wheel shine does. It’s a very matte finish and almost doesn’t really look like it’s there at all. If that’s what you’re going for then by all means this is it. Another note is that you do have to use quite a bit of it, or so I did, per tire. If you are a detailer as well this is something you should use on your own personal hot rods. But for business it’s not that cost effective. Other than that it did what it says it will.

    James Baldwin
    Anything Rubber or plastic !!!

    This product will blacken-up anything rubber or plastic !!! With ease !!!!!!!!!!