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the only way our tires will turn blue is if the mud dries on the tires and it will leave a blue film on them. i dont know of any other reason.
 

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The blue comes off. It is just residual remnants of the mud that was on the tire. It does not happen to my tires every time, but sometimes it does. depends on the mud. I use to degreaser at the local car wash and it comes off fine with that. If it is stubborn, a little stronger degreases like Grease Lightning or Simple Green will remove it quickly.
 

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i just got some new itp mudlites about 2 weeks ago and had them on the road for the first time yesterday.....and they turned blue i wondered if anyone else has had this happen to themand why they did this?
Mine turned blue also and so did the dried mud that fell from them in the back of the truck.They did it a couple more times now they are ok.Cleans up with soap and water.
 

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man thst just dried mud

man that just dried mud
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degreaser may be bad for your tires.

its because tires have a special compound thing. If it is gone and the side walls flex, your tires will crack open. you can tell if the compound is coming of. because you tires will turn grey.

im not sure if degreaser will harm you tires but i know that rim cleaner will.
so im just saying.
 
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