WD-40 does a decent job for most rubber marks. For the heavier rubber scuffs, some carb cleaner and a razor blade is the trick. Carb cleaner can make the clear on the graphics a bit brittle if you go overboard with it, but it’ll take any rubber scuff off.
I’ve heard using WD-40 on the pods before you go out will keep tire marks from sticking, but I always forget to do that.
I’ve used Goof Off to clean marks, and it works extremely well. It may take a while–and you should use cover your nose if you are working with it for extended periods–but I have been able to get my stickers looking practically brand new.
All you’ve gotta do is not get too closed to me, give me more room at the pit turn, horse shoe turn, and stay behind me the whole time
That way you wont have to worry about those cute graphics. Lol Fast Frreddy. :)
No, with all kidding aside, yeah I would use brake cleaner, carb cleaner or a rag with gasoline and rub on it a little bit, try not to over do it, just like TJ said, or else it will remove the clear coat and part of the color.
There is also a product out there designed to protect graphics, I think it’s called helicopter tape (clear tape ) Last time I checked on ebay, from a guy down in Orange county Cali. Hope that helps, buddy
P.S. The only graphics you’ll have to worry about with me is your front bumper ones, that’s of course if you get closed enough. Lol Sorry. :) FastFreddy