I've used Westleys BW and a nylon bristled tire brush with great results on nasty tires on customers' vehicles. Sometimes, I find it best to spray it on, let sit for about a minute, rinse off, spray on, and scrub, followed by a final rinse with copious amounts of water. Be careful how you spray, though, as it will pit your wheels. Also, keep outside or in a ventilated area, b/c it's a crazy powerful chemical.
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I've used Westleys BW and a nylon bristled tire brush with great results on nasty tires on customers' vehicles.
Same here. Wesley's Bleech White all the way. Spray, let it sit about 5 seconds, and scrub. Rinse immediately. Repeat as necessary.
This will also strip off any kind of shines or dressings, so re-apply following the cleaning.
The good ol magic trick is sitting next to your washing machine. Tide with bleach works wonders it will even clean up the oil spots on your driveway.
Just make a paste out of it (you know about a cup full w/ a little water) and use either a green scotch pad or plastic bristle brush. Dont and I repeat Dont use wire brushes on rubber it will damage the tire.
Last edited by bshipley78; 01-11-2007 at 08:03 AM.
You may find this funny but it works. I use a SEPARATE rag and some dirt. Right dirt, dirt will clean those white letters better than any thing you can buy in the store. Scrub the letters, rinse the dirt off the tires and wash to a squeaky clean.
This is the new hot trend for tires. The reviews are great. I'm gonna try it myself.
Duplicolor Hot Tires - Tire Paint Stick - White
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