Try Wesley's Bleach-White. I've used it for many years for whitewalls, but
it does a credible job on black walls and red-lines, too.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2000 2:00 PM
Subject: Cleaning tires
> Hello List -
> I'll not ask the age old question "What size tires should I put
> TR6" since I've already bought a set of 205/65/HR15 Pirelli P6000s. My
> question is, how do I get them clean? They seem to have some sort of
> almost wax-like coating on them that won't come off. I've tried soap and
> water, Simple Green, ammonia, laquer thinner and adhesive remover -
> nothing works. I did try just putting some ArmorAll on them and they look
> better, but I'd rather clean them up. Any other ideas? Thanks.
> PS - they are already mounted, balanced and on the car, so dipping them
> in something will be a bit difficult.
> Dennis Culligan / 1976 TR6 CF57948U(O) - TR6IUMPH / Highland,NY
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