Black Tire Paint
$11.95 shipping applies to the Continental United States ONLY.
Best way to make your tires look like new. Permanent water-based paint applies easily and dries quickly. Won't rub off, even when wet. Gives dull, faded tires a non-glossy, like-new finish.
Our black tire paint is more like a stain in that it soaks into the rubber. It is a concentrate, you mix it 50/50 with water and a little bit goes a long way. A quart will cover 8 or more tractor tires.
Our black tire paint will cover whitewalls 99% of the time, depending on what your tires were previously treated with.
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Posted by Unknown on 14th May 2013
made old tires look like new. Used much less than anticipated,mixed well and applied easily.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Apr 2013
This paint mixes in seconds and applies easier than most any other paint of any kind. It sticks to the tire like a magnet- you just slop it on and it looks great when dry. I figure it has to provide some sun protection besides looking great.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Feb 2013
I use it to cover raised white letters on SUV. Need to touch up when rubbed off by hitting curbs. Apply full strength on letters with small sponge brush. Blends in with rest of tire after a short period..
Posted by Unknown on 10th Feb 2013
This stuff really works! It covered the bright white walls with just one coat.
Posted by Larry DeLanghe on 11th Dec 2012
Made my old weather checked 13.6X26 tires on my JD B/O look like new rubber. I'm sure I have enough left to coat every tire I own.
Posted by Unknown on 30th Oct 2012
years ago you used to be able to purchase a small pint can of black tire paint. If you wanted to cover whitewalls or raised white lettered tires it was applied with one coat of solution and it worked very well. Your product is the best I have found since apparently the older product was discontinued. You do have to give it a second coat to fully cover the raised white letters.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Oct 2012
This certainly freshened the appearance of some old, weather checked tires. I guess I was expecting more in terms of crack filling. It didn't do much filling of even the little cracks. That said, I'll probably paint a coat of it on the tires on another old tractor.
It goes on easily in a 50/50 mix, and goes a surprisingly long way. Shipping was prompt.
Other reviews had me expecting miracles, but when push comes to shove, some old tires just need to be replaced.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Oct 2012
I purchased some surplus tires that were sun bleached and painted. I looked for a product I could use to paint the tires to give them a fresh factory look. In searching I came across Miller's Tire Black paint, read some reviews and decided to give it a try. To my amazment, this product provided an even coat, covering paint, and all discolored areas. After it dried, tires looked as good as new, and I was really impressed. Anyone looking to give old tires a fresh new look can't go wrong using this product and you won't be disappointed.
Posted by Dave on 1st Oct 2012
I am restoring my tractor and was looking for a tire paint product to make the tires look better. Searching on the Internet, I came across this product and read the reviews. I decided to give the product and try. Not only did the product work as advertised, but it covered the paint I had recently applied to the wheels - no need to mask off the tires. I also used this product on the black wire harnesses to cover over some spray paint that had covered the wire protectors.
This is a great product that goes along way in coverage. I was truly amazed!
Posted by D.C. Everett on 23rd Sep 2012
I purchased a quart of M.E. Miller Black Tire Paint a few years ago and used it occasionally to "spruce up"some old, dingy looking tires. I decided to fix up an older tractor with "newer" tires I had purchased at auction about ten years ago. They were far from new and had been left outside until I needed them. They were almost gray and sun checked badly from the high altitude-dry climate of the desert southwest. I couldn't find my bottle of BTP. Panic set in. I wanted to get the tires mounted, painted, and take the tractor to an Antique Tractor Pull with what would look like "new" tires. An on-line order to M.E. Miller on Sunday evening, a response the next morning that the paint was being shipped with a delivery date. The paint arrived on the date and time indicated, the tires were painted, (I had mounted them while waiting) they were BLACK, but not shiny and looked so good at the pull that my friends were all amazed that I had spent "good money" for new tires on that old tractor.
PS, they pulled good too.
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