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Removing tire marks

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by CalGasser, Jun 28, 2011.

  1. CalGasser
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    Any suggestions on removing tire marks on concrete?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Jalopy Joker
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    oh-oh trying to remove burn out evidence?
     
  3. One Finger John
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    Quick, before Mom gets home !
     
  4. I only know how to make them.
     

  5. rainhater1
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    3000 power washer and lot's of time
     
  6. ironfly28
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    poor bleach on the spot and burn out over it again.
     
  7. its a classic
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    well this works for bicycle tire marks but me and my cousin would take some sand and rub it on the marks with our hands. took it right off!
     
  8. fearnoevo
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    Can't you just line the car back up on the marks and do the burnout in reverse this time?
     
  9. its a classic
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    dude, i think you just made a fact right there!
     
  10. jfrolka
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    GASOLINE and a gas soaked rag, gone!!
     
  11. Tman
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  12. 69f100
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    thick bristled wire brush and water. takes a little bit of the cement off, bt it gets the rubber off (oil, gas, rust, etc)
     
  13. pool acid and a wire brush works for oil, as does gasoline and powdered cement mix, i would venture to say it would work for skid marks too...
     
  14. or just put it in the washing machine, at least that's what works for my underpants lol
     
  15. rainhater1
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    Did you make tracks when you left from the fire ? :confused:
     
  16. rld14
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    The tire marks I left in front of my friend's house back in 1993 are now gone, street hasn't been repaved since either.

    So about 18 years is what it takes to remove em, perhaps less.
     
  17. S.F.
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    You could get those white tires from Hurst, then stratigically do a burnout over the old one's
     
  18. mgtstumpy
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    Pool (Hydrochloric) acid works when diluted. Combine with a large stiff broom and some elbow grease.
     
  19. bonez
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    yeah, but why?
     
  20. Willy301
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    Leave it there or your buddies will never know you did it! it will wear of after 5 or 10 years of sweeping anyway.
     
  21. Lone Star Mopar
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    Ive got a bunch in front of my house you can practice your technique on!
     
  22. I think this is a self answering question.:D :D

    I used to do mine in the street infront of the house. That way I could say that one of the Sosch kids did it.
     
  23. HotRod33
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    was only one wheels spinning and your ashamed of it....?
     
  24. stubbsrodandcustom
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    Kinda what its sounding like. You know you can pull over 4 or 5 ft and do it again and say you did it with your new posi unit..



    But in actuality take some time, pour some gasoline on it, and carefully light it on fire, the rubber should burn off some for sure...
     
  25. Alcohol, no that's how the burn marks got there in the first place. well nuthin like the hair of the dog.
     
  26. nofin
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    Carefully do burn outs across the rest of the concrete until it's all black
     
  27. And then, before it dries, you wipe up the stain using dryer sheets! Makes the street softer and better smelling, too! :D
     
  28. GassersGarage
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    When I worked in a gas station, we used gas then mopped it up with lye detergent.
     
  29. belair
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    Do another one on top of it and it will peel right off.
     
  30. Gusaroo
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