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Tire rubber removal

Can anyone tell me how to remove tire rubber from paint. it somehow managed to get all in my rear fenderwel. i just cant get it off
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Try cooking oil, might have to let it soak overnight. The regular corn oil is what we always used, I dunno about canola or flax oils. Definitely not olive. Try it somewhere not too visible first.
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WD-40 works really well. The best thing to do is prevent it from sticking. I have the same issues with my Duster when i go to the drag strip. I have found that if you rub KY Lube on the quarters the rubber won't stick.....It's designed for rubber to slip....seriously though it works better than vasoline because the KY is water based and it rinses right off with the garden hose.

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