No matter how much elbow grease and soap you use, cleaning tar and asphalt off of your tires and rims seems like a near-impossible task. But what if I told you it is super easy? In minutes, you can remove the biggest and hardest asphalt or tar buildups on your tires with PavePro.
Asphalt makes a mess like no other. It’s sticky. It’s black. And boy is it hard to get off. No matter if you are hauling asphalt or you are an innocent passerby of a paving job, getting asphalt and tar on your tires and rims is a massive headache. But it doesn’t need to be. With only three tools, you can remove the asphalt and tar from your car in just minutes, without harming the metal or rubber. Let me tell you how easy it is with all the clean and none of the elbow grease:

Asphalt buildup on your tires is not only unattractive, but it can be dangerous. It can lock up lugnuts, throw off tire balance and hinder your breaks from slowing you down. In just a few minutes, you can prevent a disaster and ensure you look good going down the road with PavePro’s asphalt solvent to remove the tar and asphalt from your rims or tires. And don’t worry, our miracle solution isn’t going to hurt the rubber or dull the aluminum either. It really is that good.
All you’ll need is:
  1. PavePro Asphalt Solvent
  2. Water hose
  3. Rag or old towel

Step 1: Spray your tires with PavePro

Whether the asphalt and tar buildup is on the tire or the rim, coat it with PavePro and let it sit for roughly 10 minutes. The longer you let the PavePro sit, the better it will work.
In only a few seconds, you’ll be to see the PavePro eating away at the tar, breaking down the bituminous material and separating it from the aggregate in the asphalt.

Step 2: Wipe away the asphalt and tar

With your rag and towel, wipe the asphalt or tar off of your tire or rim. If the buildup is large, you might need to repeat step 1, but in most cases, you should be in the clear after one application.

Step 3: Rinse with water

High-powered asphalt solvents like PavePro are infamous for eating away rubber tires and dulling out aluminum rims. Luckily for you, PavePro is different. Unlike your common asphalt solvents, PavePro is 100% deactivated by water. Once you finish cleaning, you can rinse the solvent away with water so there is no chance that it can harm the metal or rubber. It’s even safe on paint and decals. PavePro is safe on it all!
When you rinse the PavePro, you should see a white milky substance in the water. This is physical evidence of the PavePro deactivating to ensure you that your tires will be safe.
And just like that, you’re good to go! PavePro makes it easier than ever before to clean up asphalt and tar and prevent future buildups from occuring. Did we mention PavePro is an asphalt release agent too?


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