Best way to get rubber out wheel well

Shawn1112

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So long story short, fucked up on rum had friends influence me to do some burnouts at the party I was at in Bridgeport Saturday night. When I say I laid down some rubber, believe me I did, lol. How in the hell do you get all the rubber out of the wheel well? Its like baked on to the plastic liner
I got it off the paint, that was pretty easy.
 

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It's probably melted into the liner, just get a new liner and you'll be fine.
 

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rust prevention.
 

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Dont do rum induced burnouts? :s00ls:


I always used bug and tar remover, but hopefully one of the guys who details might have a better solution? :dunno:
 

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I have carbon fiber tubs in one of my racecars, I used a plastic snow scrapper to get the looses stuff off.
Then I used some of that paint & body shop prep/grease cleaner to get it perfect without dulling the finish.

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Another vote for WD40. Always amazing what that stuff takes off.

And nothing like a good alcohol induced burnout!!
 

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I was going say, get the bulk off with a plastic scraper, then a rag and simple green or something similar.
 

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scraper or pressure washer.

be thankful they are not fabric liners :rofl:
 

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