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Mold on restored tractor tires ?

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Have a tractor that was restored years ago and stored in damp place and have mold on tires. Is there anyway of cleaning them . To make them look good again. They were new when put on years ago.

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Best thing is to drive through fresh wet snow.  But ya might be waiting a while for that...

I would think driving through hay stubble would also clean them off fairly well.

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Never have dealt with mold on tires------but concentrated Chlorox (bleach) works well on mold in houses and buildings.

 

Might spray some on----let it set a few minutes and rinse; see what you've got.

Be careful with breathing the concentrated Chlorox-------be best if you had a respirator or work upwind------it can be strong.

It will kill most mold spores.

 

DD

 

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Um.... wash and scrub them like you would a show car.  They'll clean. 

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Spray with bleach let set afew hours and power wash with hot soapy water 

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I've got a truck wash soap that you run through the power washer that'll take that mold right off and clean the tire too

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Take to the beach for a day and drive around in deep, soft sand. 

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Westleys Bleach White...great stuff for cutting crap off tires!!!

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Mister clean, magic eraser. Might take a few. Pretty impressive on white walls.

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