I won’t lie to you. Every single time that I look at my wheels, I have only one complaint, and that’s the tires.

Why can’t my tires shine like my wheels?

Well, what if I told you that you can make your tires shine, with ordinary materials that most of us have?

In this amazing article, we will break down all the possible ways you can make your tires shine brighter than diamonds, so enjoy!

Guaranteed Ways To Make Your Tires Shine

I bet you’ve heard a homemade recipe for tire shine, but today i’ll give you 3 more.

How To Make Your Tires Shine with castor oil

Castor Oil & Alcohol

Although castor oil is used on hair treatments, we can also use it to make our tires shine! You’ll need:

  • Castor oil
  • Dish soap
  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Water

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Firstly, use the dish soap and water to wash the tire.
  2. Second, use rubbing alcohol to further clean the tire. This will remove any contaminants that are stuck on the surface of the tire.
  3. Finally, once the tire is completely dry, apply the castor oil to the tire using a microfiber towel.

How To Make Your Tires Shine with baby oil

Baby Oil

Guys, I’m talking to you now. Stop using the baby oil for useless purposes and apply it on your tires now!

Seriously, this is one of the cheapest ways to make your tires shine like no other.

Here is what you’ll need:

  • Baby oil
  • Water
  • Dish soap
  • Microfiber towel

Here’s how to it:

  1. Mix in a bucket, a cup of baby oil, half cup of water and three drops of dish soap.
  2. Afterward, place the mixture in a spray bottle and shake it good.
  3. Spray the tire really good and also spray a microfiber towel.
  4. Gently, in circular moves, smear the mixture in the tire using the microfiber towel.

How To Make Your Tires Shine with lemon oil

Lemon Oil

Lemon oil is the optimal solution for hardcore car owners.

Here is what you’ll need:

  • Dish soap
  • Lemon oil
  • Borax
  • Warm water
  • A cleaning brush

Here’s how you do it:

  1. Mix the dish soap (30 ml), the water (2 gallons), and the borax (50 ml) into a bucket.
  2. Stir it up well and add the lemon oil (15 ml).
  3. Apply some of the mixture in the tire and brush it. Do it 4 times.
  4. Soak a towel into the mixture and wipe down the tire.

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Constantine Stephan

Constantine Stephan is the Founder and Chief Editor of Nanex.

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