1. Be sure the tire is clean and dry.
2. Squirt Mud onto applicator and massage into the rubber.
3. Allow 5 minutes for drying or lightly pat dry with terry towel before driving.
NOTE: Add more layers for increased shine. Mud can also be used on black plastic and exterior rubber trim.
A: Always dry.Q: What applicator do I need for Mud?
A: Foam, terry, or microfiber.Q: How long does Mud take to dry?
A: Drying time is dependant on how much is applied and temperature outside, typically 10-15 mins.Q: Can I use Mud on my vehicle's black plastic trim?
A: Yes. Be sure to buff dry after application and do not get wet until dry.Q: Will Mud stain my rims or paint?
A: No. Its water based.Q: What does "no sling" mean?
A: Tire sling is the "splashing" or "splattering" of tire dressing on the lower panels of the vehicle, thrown off by the rotation of the wheel at speed. To avoid sling, buff off access product, allow to dry for 15 mintues, don't over apply MUD, and remove any "blogs" that may be caught in the treads of the tire.
I liked it and is not messy, doesn't splash when you drive away after using. Recommend it every one.
I've tried all of the other tire dressings and I keep coming back for more Mud. Goes on easy, not greasy. leaves a nice OEM glow. No goopy residue. It just works. Great product.
Great product. Goes on easy and leaves a nice deep black look. You can't go wrong with this.