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Much appreciated thank you for the replies. As I've never used the stuff before, I reckon best get two then. Awesome picture with the Vulcan by the way!
An SLKWorld day out.Much appreciated thank you for the replies. As I've never used the stuff before, I reckon best get two then. Awesome picture with the Vulcan by the way!
Darn, you're brave.....Just a reminder that "Gummi Pflege" means "rubber care" in english and is not a brand. This means that not all "Gummi Pflege" products will be equal or have the same ingredients. Make sure you purchase a reputable brand.
Did you get it at the Canadian Tire by any chance?I know G.P. is the go-to rubber seal spray around here but it is pricey AND not available locally as I have to order it online.
Local auto stores carry literally a dozen brands that all claim to be for rubber seals BUT they ALL contain petroleum distillates which will eventually destroy the rubber you're trying to protect.
I finally found one that does NOT contain pet. dist. and it's called (not surprisingly) Rubber Care.
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I just started using it about a month ago on the Magnum as her doors ALWAYS freeze up with our cold-one-day warm-melts the snow then freezes-the next day weather.
Time will tell if it works. At least I know this is safe for rubber. YMMV.
BTW, that silicone lube (although in my car cupboard) is for the tracks that my sliding windows run in in my home. It has pet. dist. as well hence not for the car.
i would just use water n a microfiberOk guys, I've looked through the 349 posts on here, ive got my Gummi and will sort the broomstick out shortly. Hopefully I will do my roof over the weekend but I didn't see anyone say what you should clean the seals with prior to applying the lube?
Should I use soap and water or maybe a wet/baby wipe or something else?
And do I just let the lube dry or wipe over just before it dries?
Thanks in advance
Yes. CTA.Did you get it at the Canadian Tire by any chance?
My Golf’s doors started to freeze up in the same “type” of the weather
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