How to get burnt rubber off the car???

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  1. Milspec

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    so yea finally went to the track did some burn outs and ruined the back of the car... Does anyone know how to get it off?
     
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    Mtkat2015 SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Try spraying a microfiber cloth with WD40 and lightly rubbing off
     
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    Trick is to use PAM on the affected areas BEFORE you apply the rubber, lol. Scrub away
     
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    Details how did you do?
     
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    Spray S100 on, let it sit for about a minute (NOT longer than 2 minutes), wipe with soft sponge. Rinse off with power nozzle on your hose.

    Done.
     
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    Thanks guys ... Wd-40 won't ruin paint ? I did ok thanks to the car but I learned it's not as easy as it looks to get off the line right... My best time was 11.8 I crushed everyone there but I didn't beat one car off the light I had to run them down and boy does this car run emm down I'll post a video
     
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    I wouldn't put WD40 on my car. I don;t believe WD40 will harm the paint (don't know for sure), but it will be a ***** to degrease it off the paint. You'd need a harsh soap that degreases in order to do it. No thanks.
     
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    why> you looking for another inexperienced driver to race so you can claim you beat a hellcat?
     
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    kerosene works great
     
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    Kerosene takes paint off doesn't it ?
     
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    Will s100 hurt it if you leave it on too long ?
     
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    WD40 wont harm your paint, nor is it hard to get off with regular old car wash soap.

    Just wet the area down with WD40 and let it soak into the rubber debris for a good 15-20 minutes.

    Then it should come right off. You can also use Wax and Grease remover (I buy the stuff by the gallon, for paint prep).
     
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    Wash after and finish with spray detailer, just like new. It's used by drag racers all the time on and on many really expensive paint jobs. If there's a better option I'm certainly open to try anything that won't damage paint
     

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    no. i believe its used in bug and tar remover (or used to be)

    but kerosene wont harm paint

    Best Product to Remove Tar & Process
     
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