- Quickest & most effective way to clean the tyre free of any dirt, old tyre dressing & removes the anti-rot wax that has oxidised on the rubber to ensure black Pearl Trim & Tyre Armour inhalers the surface
- Leaves minimum residue no dye K1 type kerosene means fewer impurities higher cleaning properties
- Non-corrosive cleaner for safe cleaning to remove oils & lubricant from bike chains wheels & more
- The only product to leave your tyres truly clean works better than paint thinner to ensure rubber is clean & bare
- Use in water-free cleaning method know as a waterless wash to clean the rubber surface of the sidewall of the tyre
In testing kerosene out preformed all other cleaners including paint thinner it left no to minimum residue on the rubber & left no wax as if there any wax on the top of the tyre Black Pearl Trim & Tyre Armour will not last it offers an easy one-step product for spotless tyres
Kerosene Makes an Amazing Tyre Cleaner
Kerosene can be used on tyres to effectively remove the top layer of anti-rot wax, which if left can interfere with the Black Pearl Trim and Tire Armour.
Kerosene is used a lot in industrial applications to clean & degreases machinery like trains its highly effective at dissolving & removing oils, waxes, & greases quickly from the surface ist Non-corrosive which means that it is safe to use on machinery parts its also cleaner to use than diesel
Please note OmniClean will not remove the anti-rot wax it will only remove oxidized the anti-rot wax seen on the tyre as browning
How Much Do I Need
250ml is generally enough to clean 4 tyres depending on how saturated with anti-rot wax they are. you will need to saturate the tyre in order to remove the wax
How kerosene can be used in a waterless method
Kerosene can also be used instead of using Omniclean for a waterless cleaning method or if you have chrome or uncoated metal wheels.
OmniClean like any alkaline-based cleaner will leave white spots that will need polishing off with metal polish.
This method can be used on any tyres so long as the loose dirt has first been removed using a power washer. You will also need to use more microfibre cloths, as these are likely to become quickly clogged with dirt and wax.
Delivery & Shipping Restrictions
please note we can only ship this item to Uk mainland we are happy to help find a supplier in your local area
How To Clean Your Tyres Using Kerosene
when you are using the Kerosene to clean your tyres please read the guide first below
Kerosene And OmniClean In A One-Step Method
If you are looking for a quick way to clean your tyres in preparation for a coating of Black Pearl Trim & Tire Armour, then we recommend you try this method
- Use OmniClean mix 1-1 & kerosene
- spray on the tyre, scrub well,
- wipe or rinse off until the foam becomes white
- and there is no water beading is present.
The tyre will have a matt look rather than the darker appearance it had previously.
How To Use Kerosene After OmniClean
- Firstly, ensure the surface of the tyres are dry
- Use an older but clean microfibre cloth
- Pour some of the Kerosene onto the cloth.
Please note, you will usually need to use the whole 250ml bottle when cleaning all 4 tyres. If you don't have enough kerosene on the cloth, you will not be able to remove all the wax
- Wipe across the tyre with pressure to ensure you clean in all the grooves & lettering
- Flip the towel over as the microfibre will become clogged with wax quickly
- Wipe around the tyre a few times, always finishing with a clean side of your microfiber cloth. Leave the tyre to dry
- Once cleaned, the tyre should have a matt finish, this will show there isn't any wax left on the tyre
- Don't worry if you get any black marks on the cloth; this is not a problem with the tyre
For best results, leave for up to 15 mins to let the tyre air and any residue to dry