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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-26-2009, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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Question getting paint off tires...

anyone know how to get paint off tires? i think its latex, but im not sure. thanks

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paint thinner? Acetone but kinda dilute it and use a brissel brush


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cool. thanks, i hope it works.

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But dont quote me on that. I dont want it to eat thru you tires. Id get more opinions b4 you try it


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gasoline. it sould come off if you dip a rag or something in gas and scrub
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Try Naptha. It's probably with paints & chemicals in the hardware store.


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alright, i friend of mine told me to use acetone also, i just dont wanna stain or compromise the tires. thanks for all the help guys.

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lol thats one way. dont use acetone. it basically eats away at it in order to smooth it out
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