How can I paint or otherwise blacken the raised white letters on tires? Removing White Lettering from Tires Originally Posted by Squirtgun Sorry to say there is no way to completely remove the lettering flipping them is your best bet. You want to steer clear of any harsh household cleaning products, or products that may contain alcohol or chlorine bleach.
Take off your car's hubcaps.
I figure there must be a way to dye the whole sidewall black.... I figured, though, that any solution we came up with here will help others and not just me, so why not hash it out? To start, rubber tires were originally entirely white in color. Apr 11, 2006 Location: Replace hubcaps if you wish, or leave them unattached for a different look.
Repeat the process with each tire. I tried the Griot's Bumper and Trim Restorer in a " test spot " and the white shows through. Start with a quality cleaner designed specifically for whitewalls.
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Dec 9, 2008 16. Best of all, since I am not a pro detailer or a supplier, all of this info comes from an independent, objective and, dare I say, trustworthy source.
No one is able to find Tire Black in stores but Firestone Tire Centers, according to another forum, have a similar product for commercial use only. They say SEM paint for rubber bumpers might work.
It must come down to how you treat them or maybe the tyres you drive on. I'm willing to match this forum against all others for accuracy and usefulness and I'm putting a plug in right now for the International Spam Association.
Emailed Forever Black for info on their Tire Gel but no response so far...