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Old 06-29-2014, 05:29 PM   #1
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Cleaning tire covers

My tire covers are old and tired looking. I have cleaned up the outside of them but the inside is looking miserable. The inside is a felt like fabric.
Does anyone just throw them in the washing machine.
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when mine get looking too bad,I throw them in the trash and get new ones,they don't cost that much.
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A long soak in some Oxiclean would probably clean them right up
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I'm not sure I understand, but you are concerned with a clean tire protectors inside, on a dirty tire?
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