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    'Mr Whitwalls' tyre paint...

    Hi Guys, has anyone used this tyre paint for whitewalling there tyres? I've been quoted £160 for a new WW of which I need 2 and was wondering if this stuff actually worked as it would save heaps of my hard earned folding stuff... Mr Whitewalls is the webby thing.
    Thanks.

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    I've got a tin in the garage which I use to re-do the white lettering on tyres, it's specially mixed to Mr Whitewalls' formula and is far better than other tyre paint.
    Alternatively you could ask him to do the whitewalls for you on his machine, far neater than trying to do it yourself

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    I can recommend Ant at Mr Whitewalls just make sure your tyres have done 1000 miles first as the walls flex and change and the rubber goes odd, after 1000 its all good.
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    Hi
    Thanks Jon/wagonman...
    I'm obviously little biased, but this coating is awesome.
    I have spent a lot of money importing different whitewall paints from all over the world(and the uk)... all of which were sh#te (sorry but they were)
    Most of them will go on fine but after a few driven miles will crack, flake and/or peel.
    My product is not paint, more of a rubberised coating.
    It is super strong, and very flexible. It certainly will not crack, flake or peel.

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