How To Get Paint Off Rubber Tires. Hopefully it's latex paint, that comes off easier. Scrub the surface with bug and tar remover, using a soft bristled brush, until all of the road paint comes off.
Try using denatured alcohol, you can usually buy around painting supplies. I paint the tires black on every tractor i paint for coustomers. Before painting, i brushed them down with a mixture of dish soap and hot water, then hosed off the soapy water.
Gently scrub the tire rubber with the rag until the rubber comes off.
Industrial grade paint has acquired its name from the fact that it is made to bond on most kinds of surfaces (including rubber) without running, smearing, or falling off. Amazing how awful the rubber started to look in about a year. I would imagine tires would be the same given todays cheap compounds.
When you done wash the tire real good with apc to.
The paint should remove easily. It's a lot stronger than rubbing alcohol. Coat your tires with a generous amount of vegetable oil.
Rinse off your tires with water.
Before painting, i brushed them down with a mixture of dish soap and hot water, then hosed off the soapy water. Rubber tires are manufactured with natural oils and gases inside the tire that keep it flexible. Clean the surface of the rubber floor mat you are planning to paint.
Like paint thinner, we use it at my job and it will remove permanent marker off a lot of things.
Allow the alcohol to penetrate the paint. I wouldn't use anything with alcohol or acetone in it. Then i spray painted in bright colors with exterior spray paint, no priming.
It will take care of the cement too.
This step will help the primer and paint stick to the rubber. Again, scrub with a nylon bristled scrubber, and work the baking soda into the paint stains. Reapply baking soda and lemon as needed and continue scrubbing until the paint is completely removed.