1. Divine Detail

    Divine Detail DB Pro Supporter

    So I was just wondering if you guys have any tips for getting caked on(burnout) rubber, off! This stuff sticks like glue!!
  2. D&D Auto Detailing

    D&D Auto Detailing DB Forum Supporter

    Amazing Roll Off, clay bar, PB BS, Pinnacle bug n tar sponge.
  3. sneek

    sneek Nuba Guru

    WD-40 or Meguair's DC#!. WD probs work the best. Try some bug and tar remover first if possible. I used to use WD-40 for my 300ZX :D
  4. Nica

    Nica Banned

    If you have Tarminator that stuff works really good.

    Let me know which what you use and how it works out.
  5. eShine

    eShine Guest

    I do a lot of drag racing and my Cobra is White. Stoners Tarninator works best. I use a stiff foam applicator and spray the product on both the car and applicator. Before hand I use a regular terry towel and lightly rub the area. You would be surprised how easily the rubber rolls off on its own leaving just a light residue. After that the Stoners takes care of it.
  6. klumzypinoy

    klumzypinoy Nuba Guru

    I think I have some rubber inside the mud guards (my car isn't a fast car but I decided to do front wheel drive peelouts with my hand brake up anyways LOL, I was a dumb teenager :p), I have tried ARO no luck! I should get me some Stoner's Tarminator..

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