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Old 03-14-2011, 10:08 AM   #1
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Michelin Tire Shine Availability

I've been trying to locate the tire shine on line and locally with no good results. I finally called Michelin today and was told it's out of prouction at this time with no idea when production would start again.

I'm wondering now if there was a problem with the product
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The 3 in 1 Tire Shine can be purchased through the X-1R Corporation in Daytona Beach. Their number is 800-747-4917. I bought two bottles last July for $7.99 each. Stuff works great.

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Thank you but "out of stock"
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Thank you but "out of stock"
I was also interested in this product, so when you posted the web site ,I called them . They said that so few people ordered it that it became unprofitable so they discontinued it.
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The 3 in 1 Tire Shine can be purchased through the X-1R Corporation in Daytona Beach. Their number is 800-747-4917. I bought two bottles last July for $7.99 each. Stuff works great.

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I read a another post here a few days ago that someone had dealt with Debbi and ordered 2 bottles so I took a shot and emailed them to see if in fact they do still have some. I got a phone call from Debbi within a matter of minutes and yes in fact they still have some so I ordered my 2 bottles as well.

It's listed as out of stock because it's no longer being produced but they still have a very limited supply on hand.
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I couldn't find it either but I did buy Armerall tire treatment and it's almost the same thing. It protects the tires from dry rot and UV. It's not the same as regular Armerall and does a good job on the tires.
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The only product I'll use on my tires is "303" Aerospace Protectant. Unfortunately it's very expensive.
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my post is missing?????
Someone here doesn't understand sarcastic jokes about Michelin tires that crack after a short time.
And Michelin will not warranty cracking of their sidewalls.
The above is a fact.

From Michelin Tire Warranty PDF
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
Tires/casings which become unserviceable due to:
– Road hazard injury (e.g., a cut, snag, bruise, impact damage or (puncture)
– Incorrect mounting of the tire, tire/wheel imbalance, improper retread or improper repair;
– Misapplication, improper maintenance, racing, underinflation, overinflation or other abuse resulting in casing damage or fatigue;
– Accident, fire, chemical corrosion, contamination, tire alteration or vandalism;
– Flat spotting caused by improper storage;
– The addition of liquid, solid or gaseous materials other than air, nitrogen or carbon dioxide;
– Uses other than long haul service for any extended warranty casing claims;
– Uneven or rapid wear caused by mechanical irregularity in the vehicle such as wheel misalignment, resulting in damage to the under-tread, carcass or steel belts;
Ozone or weather checking.
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I couldn't find it either but I did buy Armerall tire treatment and it's almost the same thing. It protects the tires from dry rot and UV. It's not the same as regular Armerall and does a good job on the tires.
Bill,
Check what it contains, if it has some form of petroleum base don't use it.
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The only product I'll use on my tires is "303" Aerospace Protectant. Unfortunately it's very expensive.
+1 here too.
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Thanks to all who posted about 303. I had some and just did my Michelins and they look great.
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