i have tried several things to remove browning from tires and someone told me "spray nine" works is this safe to use on rubber?
To pass along a tip; I've noticed that quite a bit of these tire shine products have petroleum distillates in them, (oil), which causes the rubber in tires to deteriorate. Read the ingredients labels of these products before you purchase any of them. A tire blowing out can really ruin your day.I found that the more one applies stuff to make tires look "shiny' or 'newer' the browner they get. So I don't use the stuff at all. or maybe I have the tires that include 'tire black' in their compound that 1969 Impala alluded to.
Look on the ingredients list for --> Petroleum distillates = breaks down rubber.I picked up some Armor All Foaming tire shine, it covers up the brown spots really nicely, and will last around a week before I have to shine them up again.
... but then again, my tires only have brown spots when I use the Rim cleaner and it over sprays onto the tires when I'm hosing it off.
I had to fail a vehicle's state inspection because the tires smelled like grapes.I use Westley's Bleach White and a good stiff tire brush. It takes ALL the dirt and brown out. Then I dress with Meguires. That lasts weeks. LOVE Meguires Endurance! k3: (Smells like grapes too:wink
:dunno: I have never heard of a vehicle failing state inspection because it smell like fruit or anything else for that matter. They, in my opinion, would rather pass one smelling like fresh fruit instead of inspecting one that works on a ranch and is around a lot of manure all day every day of the week.I had to fail a vehicle's state inspection because the tires smelled like grapes.
Look on the ingredients list for --> Petroleum distillates = breaks down rubber.