Thread: Tire Dressing
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Old 07-22-2019, 08:19 AM   #8
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Default Re: Tire Dressing

I agree with Duke36 on using the M.E. Miller Black Tire Paint. I have a nice set of Firestone's that had a mustard brown color that I could not clean up or remove, seemed embedded in the rubber as a permanent stain. I used the Miller Black Tire Paint and it made the black tire look new again. If you get it on the White walls wipe it off before it sets in. It's water based so will wipe off if you get it immediately, however if your intent is to turn your white walls into black walls it will do that after 3 or four coats. I've done just that since the white walls were also discolored and could not be cleaned up. Now I cannot tell which side of the tire was the white side. Both sides look like a new black wall tire.
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