Griot's Garage Vinyl & Rubber Dressing Customer Reviews
19 Customer Reviews
Edge out the Concours competition with Griot’s Garage Vinyl & Rubber Dressing. Dirty tires will have the judges scratching their pads, but inferior rubber dressing can also cost you the win. Dress your meats with Griot’s Vinyl & Rubber Dressing and get ready to take the top spot.
Great for tires, Griot’s Garage Vinyl & Rubber Dressing dries quickly and leaves behind a smooth, non-greasy matt-black look. This is the way rubber is supposed to look—like a Pebble Beach winner, not a used-car lot “special.”
Since Griot’s Vinyl & Rubber Dressing contains no petroleum distillates or other dangerous solvents, it’s also safe for the vinyl and rubber components in the interior, on the exterior and under the hood. Available in a 35oz bottle or 1-gallon jug. Griot’s Finest Sprayer sold separately.
Our 20+ Griot's Garage Vinyl & Rubber Dressing customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
19 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Paul H (Green Valley, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda Miata/MX-5 — Apr 08, 2013 9:00 PM
I have been using Griot's Garage vinyl & rubber dressing on my cars for years. I am always amazed at how quickly you can do the final stage of your detailing with this product. I like to use the blue detail sponge on the tires which keeps my hands clean and delivers the product exactly where you want it to go. It leaves just the right satin sheen that looks natural on a tire. It works great on bumpers, dash & anything that is vinyl or rubber. If you want to protect your cars new look, this is it
Reviewed by Gail H (Columbia Heights, MN) — Jan 23, 2013 7:06 PM
I have used this product for years. The satin finish it leave on your vinyl and rubber is awesome. Doesn't look wet and sloppy, just a nice natural like new finish. Highly recommend if that's the look that you are after.
Reviewed by Paul R (Catasauqua, PA) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Dakota — Jul 09, 2012 8:39 PM
I like it, was easy to use and gave the tires a clean look, not shiny also used it on the st ep pads on the rear bumper of the truck and they look like new not that weathered black/grey look. Used it in the interior pieces and they look better , you don't need much cause its thin and spreads pretty far. Will get it again but the bottle will last along time.
Reviewed by ATTILIO F (RANDOLPH, MA) Reviewed for a 2000 Nissan Xterra — Apr 02, 2012 7:09 AM
I have tried several different products to restore my vinal exterior trim on my 2000 NISSAN EXTERRA with not much luck, It was in poor condition after several New England Winters becoming faded, dull etc. Even though it took up to three applications it did the trick.....absolutely beautiful, shocked at how well it looks, nice black finish as if it was the first day I brought it in the year 2000!! BUY THIS PRODUCT WELL WORTH THE PRICE!!!!
Reviewed by Atheil L (Monroe, NC) Reviewed for a 1992 Toyota MR2 — Nov 08, 2011 5:30 AM
This is another great product from the Griot's Garage. I have searched high and low for the elusive compound that provides protection, appearance but not the excessive shine that some folk prefer on their tires. Well the search is over. This product is easy to apply, looks spectacular and lasts a long time per application. The most attractive components of this product is the natural, clean look it imparts to clean tires and the relatively small amount of dressing needed per application. This rubber dressing is certainly not inexpensive but, compared to the competition and their price/performance ratio it becomes significantly more palatable. This is a product I will continue to purchase to provide looks and protection to the tires and interiors of my three autos. Thanks for another superior product.
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Asked by Anonymous A.
Jun 15, 2012 3:44 PM
I am looking at buying Griot's Garage Vinyl & Rubber Dressing. I know with some Vinyl cleaner you can dilute it with water a bit. Can this be done with this vinyl cleaner?
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jun 15, 2012 3:52 PM
Hey, I do not believe you can dilute this cleaner with water. Thank you for your question.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Becky S.
Nov 14, 2010 4:16 AM
2003 Volkswagen Eurovan
would you recommend using the vinyl and rubber cleaner on VW bra, custom made by colgan?