1 Gallon Black Tire Paint
Because of freezing temperatures we cannot ship liquids until mid March.
Best way to make your tires look like new. Permanent water-based paint applies easily and dries quickly. Won't rub off, even when wet. Gives dull, faded tires a non-glossy, like-new finish.
Our black tire paint is more like a stain with the same flat black finish as a new tire. It soaks into the rubber. A little bit goes a long way. A gallon will cover 16 or more rear tractor tires.
It does not cover large cracks but will camouflage fine weather cracks a little, as the tire rotates, the cracks open & close, these will be visible after application. It will cover white walls 99% of the time (it may take a couple of coats.)
Recommend a sponge brush to apply paint but it can be ragged on or sprayed on. Store paint carefully as it will freeze like other paint. Tires need to be free of any silicone based tire shines or polishes before applying paint.
I Have a business of Restoring Farm Tractor's, and The Miller Tire Paint is a must. A very good product, that covers, paint over spay, grim and tire imperfections. And it Hold's up to time. It gives a new Look to Old Tires, and very easy to apply.