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PostSubject: How to remove paint from your tires.   How to remove paint from your tires. I_icon_minitimeWed Jun 15, 2011 12:12 pm


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Hose down the tire with water until the tire is completely drenched. Use a heavy-duty nylon bristled scrubber to scrub the paint marks. Vigorously move the brush back and forth over the paint to loosen all of the paint particles.

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After making sure the tire is still wet, sprinkle baking soda over all of the problem areas; apply lemon juice wherever baking soda is present. The lemon activates the baking soda's scrubbing power. Again, scrub with a nylon bristled scrubber, and work the baking soda into the paint stains. Soon you'll notice paint starting to chip. Reapply as much baking soda and lemon as needed. Rinse off your tires with water.

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If all of the paint stains have not been removed with baking soda and lemon juice, spray a generous coat of vegetable oil over your tires. Let the vegetable oil sit for two to four hours while it degenerates and breaks apart the paint.

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Apply water to promote the grease of the oil, and scrub once again. This will remove stubborn paint stains, as well as leave a shiny-looking appearance to your tires. Vegetable oil won't damage your tires and will leave them looking like new.


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