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Jimbo’s All Dressed Up The fastest, easiest, and most adjustable multi-purpose shine ever! Like lots of gloss? Done. Like more of a matte finish? Done. It's your new favorite everything dressing. With its adjustable shine technology, you can go from satin, matte to high gloss, from exteriors to interiors, all with one product. 

What is it? 

The icing on the cake, the cherry on top, the final touch. It has many expressions, but one thing is for sure: when you add a silky smooth dressing to a surface, it makes it look all dressed up. Even if you have nowhere to go, putting the final dressing on a car makes the detail look completed. Water-based, highly dilutable, with UV protection included, All Dressed Up gives you instant shine and protection to your personal preference level. It's also hydrophobic and will last multiple washes. 

If you like a sleek, low profile shine, just dilute it more. Want to be all blinged out and almost blind people when you drive by while you slip and slide on your seat? - use it straight up out of the bottle! This one 16oz bottle can provide upwards of 1 gallon worth of product. 

How Does It Work?

Spray and Wipe. No Sling, No Streaks, No Mess. Some people like high shine, some people hate any gloss but want a factory look and feel. The best part of All Dressed Up is that you get to pick. Use the dilution ratios accordingly. Spray directly into an applicator [provided with bottle]  or microfiber towel and apply to the surface; if you are working on a surface that allows for overspray, you can spray directly onto the surface, just wipe away any extra on surfaces you don’t want it on.

Do I Have To Dilute It? 

No, but it's really shiny if you don't. 

If you want it all blinged out, use it straight out of the bottle. If you prefer a satin or matte finish, I suggest diluting it with 1 oz of product for every 4 oz of water [4:1]. If you're more in the mood to use it on the interior or want a straight factory look, I suggest diluting it with 1 oz of product for every 6 oz (or more) of water [6:1].

Does it work on all plastic? 

Yes, it will work on all plastic inside and outside of your car, rubber too! 

How long does it last? 

Do you live in a wet climate? Is it snowing outside right now? Is the sun out? Do you live in the desert? Did you apply it at 6:1, 4:1, 1:1, or straight? Do you prefer a high shine or more of a matte finish...? Do you see my point?

For me personally, I like a shinier tire, so I use it at a 1:1 ratio. I also have aggressive tires on my car. I spray it on the tires and let it soak in for about 5 minutes. Then, I take my applicator, prime it with 2 sprays from the bottle, and even out the tire shine on the tire. Once I have gone around all the tires, I come back with a dry microfiber towel and once again even out the tire shine. I like shiny tires, not tire shine down the side of my car, and chances are, you don't either.

If I'm using it on the interior of my car, i.e., dashboard, leather/vinyl seats, or all-weather mats, I dilute it 6:1. Then, I spray usually into a microfiber towel wipe it onto the surface, let it dwell, and come in with a dry microfiber towel to level it off so it's not slippery.

Can I layer it - or should it be cleaned off every time? 

Everyone has their own style of detailing and cleaning their car. My personal style is that I will usually go a few weeks to a month or so before I completely strip off any old tire shine with Jimbo's Pure Magic Cleaner. This can be layered on your tire or trim multiple times and does not build up. This is one of the unique features of 'All Dressed Up.' It can layer without building up and looking like you tried putting a bucket of grease on your tires. It also will not make your tires brown after a rainstorm like most other tire dressings do. 

Does it attract dust? 

It can, but not if you use it at a higher dilution ratio as recommended. Again, everyone has their own style of detailing, and I'm not here to tell you what to do. However, I am here to let you know how you will get the best result and share my personal preference.

For interiors, use at a 6:1 dilution (you can even dilute it more if you want even less shine). My personal style for interior is I apply this once a month and wipe down the entire interior weekly with a dry microfiber towel ONLY. It keep the interior of my car super easy to clean and always looking factory fresh. 

If you live on a dirt road in the middle of the desert and never see pavement I would use a 6:1 or higher dilution on the exterior of you car as well, this will keep the shine low but provide a great layer of protection to keep your tires and trim looking great! 


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