PERMASHINE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

*IMPORTANT* Please watch the video below explaining how to properly apply PermaShine tire coating or you may not get the results you are expecting.

Got questions? we got answers.

How can I tell if my tires are clean enough?

Most tire cleaning products will foam up when you use your tire cleaning brush. If the foam is a clean white color, then all of the dirt, debris, and oil has been removed from the tire. 

What does it mean if my PermaShine wears off after a few days or weeks?

If PermaShine wears off more quickly than 2 months, it is certainly a problem with the tires not being clean enough before application. Using a weak tire cleaning product or poor cleaning practices will result in oil, debris, or residue from other tire dressing products being left on the tire, not allowing PermaShine to bond directly to the rubber surface of the tire.

Can I use a regular foam tire dressing applicator?

No, unfortunately using a foam tire dressing applicator will yield poor results. It is highly recommended that you use a microfiber applicator or even a mircofiber towel when applying PermaShine.

How do I apply PermaShine?

IMPORTANT: Tires must be properly washed and cleaned of all other tire care products and debris before applying PermaShine. Having very clean tires will allow PermaShine to properly adhere to the tires and increase the longevity of the product.

  1. Liberally pour PermaShine onto a block microfiber applicator.
  2. Thoroughly rub the saturated applicator into the wall of the tire. Move the applicator in different directions to ensure that PermaShine gets into all of the cracks and crevasses of the tire.
  3. Allow 30 minutes for PermaShine to dry. Make sure the product doesn't pool or bubble on any areas of the tire by dabbing them with the applicator. Do not allow contact with water for 24 hours.
  4. Optional: Apply a 2nd coat after waiting 30 minutes for a higher shine finish that lasts even longer!

If any PermaShine gets onto the wheel be sure to wipe off with a clean microfiber towel as quickly as possible.

How long does a coat last?

There are a lot of variables that can determine how long a coat of PermaShine will last. Most people experience between 6 months and a year depending on how many miles you drive, what the driving conditions are, and if PermaShine was applied correctly.


Following our application directions and applying PermaShine to a properly cleanedtire will give you the best results!

How many tire applications are in a 8oz bottle?

How long a bottle lasts can vary greatly depending on how thick of a layer you put on and how much surface area the wall of your tires has. One 8oz bottle can be enough to coat as many as 30 tires or as few as 8 depending on the mentioned variables.

Does PermaShine have a high-shine or satin finish?

Permashine will naturally have a high shine finish but it is very easy to get a satin finish, if that's what you prefer. Wiping the tire with a clean, dry microfiber towel immediately after application is finished will provide you with a satin finish.

Will PermaShine sling onto my car paint?

No. It is virtually impossible for PermaShine to sling. PermaShine is a hard shell acrylic coating that changes from a liquid state to a solid state within an 60 minutes of applying.

Does dust or other debris stick to PermaShine?

No! PermaShine's acrylic coating prevents debris such as dirt and dust from sticking to the tire.