How to get rid of rubber paint on your car

I used to paint the inside of my car with rubber paint.

It was cheap, and it did not affect the appearance of the car.

But over the years, rubber paint has been starting to degrade over time.

Now, I am trying to find a cheaper alternative that will not degrade the paint in such a way.

I’ve heard that many people have tried to use a paint remover to remove the rubber, but it is not very effective.

I wanted to see if I could remove the paint from my car without it affecting the exterior paintwork.

What is the best way to remove rubber paint?

I decided to start by taking a paint brush and brushing some of the rubber paint off.

I then dipped the brush in some of my local paint removers and then wiped the brush with a damp cloth.

I waited for about 30 minutes to allow the rubber to dry, but this could take a few hours.

After that, I applied some of this mixture to the car with a spray bottle, but not much.

I thought I was done with the paint.

After some more cleaning, I started to spray some of it off.

The spray was effective and removed some of those excess rubber.

I did not feel like it was drying the paint and the rubber was still there.

It took about an hour of spray to get all of the excess rubber off.

But I was happy with that result.

How long does it take to get the paint off?

It took me about 20 minutes to get that entire car painted with rubber.

So I thought it was done.

But, I wanted it to look nice.

I was very happy with the result, so I sprayed the car again.

And it still looked like it had rubber paint in it.

I also added some extra paint to the outside of the vehicle.

I decided to put a sticker on the inside to keep the paint away from the paint, and then painted it with the sticker.

I sprayed a little more paint on the outside, and painted the entire car with the stickers.

The car looked amazing.

Is there a way to get rubber paint out of the interior of your car?

Yes, there is.

If you are concerned about the durability of your paint, you can apply a layer of paint thinner and let it soak in for a few days.

If that is not enough, you could apply some of your own paint to that area, and paint it from the outside.

After a week or so, it will begin to degrade.

But the best option would be to buy paint removals.

If it is possible to get paint remOVAL in the future, then you can do it on your own.

I would like to see rubber paint replaced with plastic.

It is also possible to apply paint removers to the paintwork on the body of your vehicle.

If rubber paint was removed in the past, the paint on this vehicle would look like a mess.

But this time, the plastic was removed and replaced with a clear coating.

If the plastic is not removable, the interior paintwork will still look like it did the first time around.

Can you get rid or remove rubber from a car that is still in the same condition?


The best way is to apply a thin layer of your local paint and spray it onto the inside and outside of your interior.

Then use a spray-on paint remaver to remove some of that paint.

This will give you a nice looking, clean look.

You could then apply a sticker to the inside or outside of this vehicle to keep some of its original color.

Do you think you can replace rubber paint with plastic paint?

Yes, but that depends on the type of paint.

If a car is in good condition, then it is very unlikely that you can just buy paint or spray removables from a store.

If your car is not in great condition, you might be able to buy plastic paint and removel it.

If someone has given you some advice on how to remove plastic paint, be sure to tell them that they may not be able do it themselves.