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This is a discussion on Burnout rubber within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; Ive came back from the strip, and i have bunches of rubber ''shaving'', after the burnouts, its gooey, and i ...

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    Burnout rubber

    Ive came back from the strip, and i have bunches of rubber ''shaving'', after the burnouts, its gooey, and i used soap and a rag, then hosed it down, still some on there, does anyone know a way to get the stuff off? Thanks
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    Next time, spray Pam cooking spray on the car before you go to the track, it will help get the rubber off much easier next time.
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    Ok i got it for next time, but how bout now? I know u know, Mr. Zaino!!Thanks

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    try clay bar? maybe some quick wax?

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    Go to one of the coin op power washing places, just need to get the nozzle close and it will come off fairly easy.

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    None of the above ideas will work.

    Ask me how I know??
    I had to use bug and tar remover and it took some time. Once it cools...it is on there.
    I actually have to clean up Slowass from Hoosier rubber.

    Sarge91...what tire are you running on the rear?

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    they are street tires, bfg's

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    Probably a little easier to clean off.

    The reason I ask...is because you shouldn't be warming up a street tire.
    Just a quick blip to clean them off.

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    Yea, i only did a few, no harm, they where just gooey! I tried some more soap and a rag, and pressured washed the area, seem to worked, and the tar remover helped.

    Thanks

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    Simple Green works pretty well for me.

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    next time put painters tape over the bumper where it all lands.

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    well next time a quick wipe after each run will save you tonnes of time in the long run.. as mentioned if done within 30min of the rubber contact super easy...

    I left it once for only 3 days and it took me 1 hour to get it off... the most potent stuff that will get it off is Spray Nine...

    but again best advice just wipe it off immediately comes off like butter when warm and fresh...

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