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    Black Magic tire shine :thumbdn:

    i have a white ws6 and ive sprayed on some black magic on my tires a week ago..
    then today i was cleaning my car with a wash cloth and notice yellow stains on the paint!!..

    what should i do?

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    Hope it isn't too bad. Try safe things first, like bug/tar remover, then really nail it with a cleaner wax. I would hope this would work. If not, ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaPowerHitter
    i have a white ws6 and ive sprayed on some black magic on my tires a week ago..
    then today i was cleaning my car with a wash cloth and notice yellow stains on the paint!!..

    what should i do?
    ive never heard of any tire shine leaving a yellowish stain.maybe its just coincidence or something and the stains were from something else...try using a claybar to remove it..keeps us posted on how it goes cause i use the black magic tire shine now but the liquid form not the spray...spray=

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    i use black magic to but never had this happen. did you put to much on? and or did you use a pad or a old sponge to apply it on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001somws6
    i use black magic to but never had this happen. did you put to much on? and or did you use a pad or a old sponge to apply it on?
    he used a sprayer type not the liquid

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    yeah the spray type...and yeah i sprayed a whole lot...
    and is my 1st time owning a white car....
    anyway.. i'll try to post some picture tomorow..


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    2001Somws6 iam from Orlando too..Oviedo area.
    Last edited by FloridaPowerHitter; 03-27-2006 at 11:42 PM.

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    heres the pics...is like yellow spots staind in to the paint..
    my guess is since i soaked the tire with the tire shine (oil) it cook the paint alil?? i dunno..
    Last edited by FloridaPowerHitter; 03-28-2006 at 10:15 AM.

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    dunno never heard of the tire spray cooking onto the paint but A claybar and some patience should take it out..guess u want be using a spary type anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaPowerHitter
    yeah the spray type...and yeah i sprayed a whole lot...
    and is my 1st time owning a white car....
    anyway.. i'll try to post some picture tomorow..


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    2001Somws6 iam from Orlando too..Oviedo area.
    when i put it on use an old sponge and wipe it on. that wa there will never be any spin off.

    cool oviedo is close. meguiers is going to have a show at the citrus bowl gronds and i got in for the show. go to there web site and take a look. they still might need some local cars.

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    Had that happened to the front bumper of my white ws6 years ago it looked the same as your picture, sorry to say but I had the front bumper repainted because I tried everything wet sand, buff, tar remover, wax cleaner, 409, fantastik ,scratch remover you name I tried it somebody in front of me must have had something on there tires almost looked like tar stains but it was tire dressing.... good luck

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    I would suggest that you take a paper towel (white without any printing) and soak it with bleach (the kind that gets your socks clean and brite) place the soaking towel on the spots keeping the towel damp with bleach, let it sit for an extended period of time, don't peek every twenty seconds, keep it moist and check every hour or so. This worked on some elderberry stains on the nose of my wife's white car, (she didn't believe it would work), this may do the trick for you. However if it's a chemical change, and not a stain your results may vary. Please post back and let us know if this helps.

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    I have not read every reply, but yes. It stains white paint! You cannot get it off.

    If your car's not white you're good to go, but still I make habit of using a moon shaped applicator. You can pick them up at wal mart in packs of two.

    Spray the tire shine on your applicator, even though it takes longer.. and those little 'lines' you have in some tires..... make sure you use the corner of the tire sponge to wipe it all out of those cause that will fling up on your paint in no time and might be easily overlooked. I overlooked those lines once and had dust collect to everywhere that krap landed on my paint.. luckily it was a black car

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    Best tire dressing comes in a gel.
    Squirt it on the half moon applicator and
    rub it around. No sling!!

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    i use that meguiers purple gel stuff and have never had any sling on my fenders.

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    Did you try the Bleach? ... Arf!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Dog
    Did you try the Bleach? ... Arf!

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    Arf ??????????????

    Fill me in here....

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