Rubber surfaces can easily oxidize and turn an unsightly brown color. Jay’s Heavy-Duty Rubber Cleaner immediately breaks down stubborn rubber blooming, rinses away clean, and leaves a fresh surface ready for the next dressing application.
Effectively loosen and clean the stubborn contaminants that cling to your tires & other rubber surfaces. Oftentimes, these contaminants are resistant to soap and other powerful cleaning agents. Jay's Heavy-Duty Rubber Cleaner has been formulated to quickly and easily break down the stubborn film that builds up as a result of dirt & grime clinging to the tire.
Blended with a unique combination of alkaline-concentrated solvents & surfactants, the high-sudsing formula easily removes silicones, polymers, greases and any other previously applied dressing. After cleaning, the tire or rubber surface is left completely bare and ready to accept a new dressing application (if desired). Tire & rubber dressing perform better and last longer when they’re able to bond directly to the rubber surface instead of being layered on top of old, crusty dressing applications. Start fresh and achieve professional results with Heavy-Duty Rubber Cleaner from Jay Leno’s Garage!
Shake well. Work in a shaded area when surface is cool to the touch. Work on one tire at a time. Do not allow product to dry on the surface. Avoid contact with raw, anodized or polished aluminum wheels. Test an inconspicuous area to confirm desired results.
1. Rinse loose dirt & debris with a clean water prior to applying.
2. Spray liberally on to tire side wall. Allow a few moments for formula to penetrate.
3. Scrub with a stiff-bristled brush to loosen browning & blooming on rubber surfaces.
4. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and dry completely.
California Ingredient Disclosure - Cleaning Products Right to Know Act 2017 (CA-RTK)
|Name of Substance||CAS No||Functionality||Authoritative Lists|
|sodium laureth sulfate||68585-34-2||surfactant|
|Sodium 2-(2-dodecyloxyethoxy)ethyl sulphate||3088-31-1||surfactant|
|sodium chloride||7647-14-5||viscosity modifier|
|polyethylene oxide lauryl ether||9002-92-0||surfactant|
|ethoxylated C11-15 secondary alcohols||68131-40-8||surfactant|
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) can be downloaded from our website. Note that OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard has different disclosure than CA-RTK. Therefore, the information contained in Section 3 of the SDS may not exactly match the information in this disclosure.