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Street Shield's Adjustable Spray Shield - Wheel Shield

Christopher Castro
Feb 5, 2014 SHARE

Car enthusiasts know the importance of keeping their ride looking fresh and the one common thing we seem to hate is the most dreaded part of the cleaning process: Applying tire dressing. Let's face it, it's a nuisance to apply tire dressing especially when it leaves overspray on the wheels you worked so hard to keep clean. It's probably one of our biggest pet peeves, but now with Street Shield's adjustable spray shield, your worries are now a thing of the past. With pre-marked wheel sizes, each reusable shield can be adjusted to accommodate any wheel diameter from 15 to 20 inches.

Now if you're concerned with overspray hitting the floor of your garage, Street Shield has got you covered with their Driveway Mate. The matt, which also doubles as a storage tray, tucks easily under your tire thus protecting the floor from overspray. Sure it looks simple and maybe a bit intermediate, but then again, isn't some of the best inventions in the world? Take the toothpick for example.

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STEP 1. Overlap one side of the shield to your pre-marked wheel size. (15-inch through 20-inch)
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STEP 2. Place one of the clips on the overlapping shield and another on the overlapping edge. NOTE: for 20-inch wheels only one clip is needed.
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STEP 3. Now place the bottom edge of the shield along the bottom of the rim and cover the remainder of the wheel.
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STEP 4. Now spray the tire. Once done, removed the clips and wash shield after every use.

Be sure to visit them online to see more products at: http://www.streetshields.com.

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