lawngn0mex said:dunno what to say... no protection... paint on rubber... get new tires? *Shrug* anything I can think of that will remove the paint... will also screw up the rubber.
That might work actually, I was going to say to get a mildly bristled brush and brush away and see if anything comes off, but that all depends on how well it stuck to the rubber.fuje said:You know that orange rough soap you use after working on your car. Try rubbing that stuff into the tires and using water. Or with time, the paint will crack and chip away eventually. Using harsh solvents wil screw up the newly painted wheels.
true...NiceGuy said:Dude, that's easy. Just get some 400 grit sandpaper, and LIGHTLY sand it away.
If you do it right, it will not remove very much or ANY of the rubber.
I usually do this all the time when I park in the city, and the parking officer marks my tires to know how long I've been parked (1 hour limited parking).
I'm going to try that out on a couple of things tomorrow.BurnEmUp said:Alright, I'm almost reluctant to reveal my secret but here it is. Around the shop where I work we use a product for a lot of things it's not conventially used for, we joke about it a lot, we use it alot. The miracle in a can is carburator cleaner. It will take almost anything off of anything. Works good for a few other things too but I can't reveal all of my secrets.