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Yucky looking tires

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bubbashead, Sep 4, 2013.

  1. Post Apocalyptic Kustoms
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    As stated above WESTLEY'S WHITEWAL BLEACH will clean them up like new. May take a few times but it will bring the color back out.
     
  2. I had the same thing happen on my old Chevy. I used brake fluid to shine them up, and a couple weeks later, they turned brown. This was right about the time No Touch came out, and the stuff did the job. It is the only spray on cleaner I have used that actually cleans.
     
  3. 1955IHC
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    I use Simple Green. I spray it on straight ans it pulls the brown crap right out of the rubber.

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  4. Don's Hot Rods
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    So now not even a 49' Ford with bias plies is acceptable ?? :confused: I think some of you are taking this traditional hot rod stuff WAY too far. It is ok to talk about Marvel Mystery Oil, Cal Worthington, and a fiberglass bodied Uncertain T, but not this ?? Very confusing.

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  6. AllSteel36
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    I think some are over policing the forums...seems like the OP asked a question that could affect anyone here...and obviously has by the number of informative replies.
     
  7. TV
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    I also have this problem, I will be trying some of your solutions, thanks for the help.--TV
     
  8. Roger Walling
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    I have heard that mineral oil will take the yellow out of white walls. Maybe it will help here.
     
  9. 1955IHC
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    Or this!:D:D:D:D:D:D

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  10. Rusty anarchist
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    Spray nine works well. Will also clean the bugs off the front.
     
  11. CRH
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    Useless, dumb replies near the beginning. Helpful ideas, answers and advice after that. I have new 16" BFG Long Miler tires from Coker that are doing the same thing, not as pronounced. They are kept inside and have 0 miles on them.

    Bleche Wite (looks like they were bought out by Black Magic) sure works good! I haven't used it on the above mentioned tires, but on others it had done marvels!
     

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