Water burnouts create good traction - but look at that tire rubber splattered across your race car's quarter panel! What a job. Tired of difficult and time-consuming cleanup after the race? Now before your next race, spray Geddex burnout guard on the body sections you used to scrub. Geddex dries clear and won't harm paint. It becomes a water soluble layer of protection between your hot splatter of tire rubber and the nice clean quarter panels of your car. When you're ready, just rinse down the splattered area with water and wipe away the rubber. Spray Geddex Burnout Guard again, and you're protected for another day at the drag strip!
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