Remove rubber tyre marks from white paintwork

Remove rubber tyre marks from white paintwork

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RayTay

Original Poster:

467 posts

85 months

Tuesday 2nd November 2021
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Someone rubbed their wheel against the bodywork, leaving black rubber tyre marks behind. Anyone have a good solution to remove them?

thx.

djc206

10,347 posts

112 months

Tuesday 2nd November 2021
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Anyone you know have any tar remover? I’ve used the autoglym stuff before to remove rubber marks followed by a quick clean afterwards to remove any leftover chemicals.

RayTay

Original Poster:

467 posts

85 months

Wednesday 3rd November 2021
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djc206 said:
Anyone you know have any tar remover? I’ve used the autoglym stuff before to remove rubber marks followed by a quick clean afterwards to remove any leftover chemicals.
Thx. I assume it does work. Would 'T Cut' do the same if the marks are more stubborn, with AUtoGlym unable to remove the marks?

djc206

10,347 posts

112 months

Wednesday 3rd November 2021
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I’m not sure although t cut is abrasive is it not? The tar remover worked a treat on my wife’s car.

trickywoo

10,700 posts

217 months

Wednesday 3rd November 2021
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Clay bar. If that doesn’t shift if you will likely need a machine polish.

Auto Glym sadly make very mediocre products at often premium prices. Best avoided.

RayTay

Original Poster:

467 posts

85 months

Monday 8th November 2021
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Thx. How do you use Clay Bar?
Some tips?

Edited by RayTay on Monday 8th November 17:35

Pastor Of Muppets

2,724 posts

49 months

Monday 8th November 2021
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T-Cut will do it, unless it's actually went through the paint.