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#1 (permalink) Old 08-04-2004, 04:49 PM
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i just detailed my car for hte first time and i used the regular car wash soap on the tires and they turned orange. what do i do??

i tried scrubbing off with regular dish soap and it looks like hte orange is coming out but when they dry it's still there!
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emergency resolved.. tire shine did the trick for some reason. still, anyone know what this might be?
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If your tires are NEW that could be the protective coating on them.

It'll wear off and they'll look normal, I put tire shine on my new tires and they turned green, the tinge went away in a week. Apparently the shit reacted with the coating.

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