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    Ok guys,

    Anyone got any tips/methods for removing HARDCORE (Summernats) burnouts from conctete?

    I know, I know, mistakes were made, whats done is done...... Cant change that now....

    Basically, I did some pretty savage burnouts at my work on friday. They arn't just little chirpys, They are solid, thick and well layed rubber.,..... (also on conctete, so they standout like dogs ballz)

    Anyway, I should proberly make some attempt to clean it if possibe. (before the boss comes back from holiday )

    My back is bad, and I really couldn't be fucked 'scrubbing' it....... So, just wondering what chemicals I can pour on that will eat/dissolve rubber? Ie; petrol, acids, thinners, degreaser etc.....

    Cheers, JoJo

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    lol, mad thread.

    Try burning the rest of the rubber, then high pressure washer?

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    burning the rubber, ey

    Um....... how would you approach that?

    Note, I dont have pressure washer or flame thrower.......

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    yeah oxy that shit, and hit it with some pressure.

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    Pics or don't believe you

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    Yeah Id say pics are needed.

    But put a bit of lighter fluid on and set it on fire.
    Do you have an air blower?

    Only problem is then getting the burn marks off the concrete without a pressure washer.

    Park a car on top of the rubber marks?

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    hahah I can so see this going wrong!! Just blame it on someone else haha and of your colleagues own a falcodore?
    Launceston = Home of the surprise sodomist!!

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    it will clearly be on camera......... I cant get out of this

    Just so you know how dark these marks are, I popped both tyres......

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    forget the pics, i wanna see the video.

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    haha ,goodluck,is your boss into cars?

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