In Reply to: Calcium chloride removal... posted by Dave in Wisconsin on December 13, 2017 at 13:54:31:
Have you looked in our HOW-TO's forum? There are a few good articles on tire ballast -adding and removing Ca Chl, and other substances there. I just take my tractor tires to town and let the pros do all the grunt work. They have the proper tools and equipment to do the job right. It is well worth the time and money in my opinion. Ca Chl removal will require the insides of rims and tires to be washed out good. You will need new tubes as well especially if going to reload with something else like Rim Guard. I've been using beet juice in my rear work tires since the stuff practically first came out and never regretted it for a minute. If you do the job yourself, you can dispose of the old Ca Chl on your drive to keep the weeds out and the dust down.