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dirt on window rubbers etc

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by s3clarke, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. s3clarke

    s3clarke Money grabbing s3!

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    On my 8l s3, I have what looks like dirt on the window rubbers etc, but no amount of scubbing with the sponge will get it off. I haven't got a picture unfortunately, I will try and up load 1 tomorrow.

    Does anybody know how to get rid of it? I didn't want to use anything that would perish the rubber.

    Cheers.
     
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    _G_ Active Member

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    Swiss Vax Seal Nourishment... expensive bottle but will have them looking like new... or lower budget then Autoglym rubber/vinyl care.
     
  4. LukeTripod87

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    Either swissvax or 303 :)
     
  5. s3clarke

    s3clarke Money grabbing s3!

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    cheers guys will have a go with the cheaper auto glym 1st
     
  6. the_cueball

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    Get some normal household APC (all purpose cleaner) and a firm, but soft brush...

    Spray on, use the brush, repeat until all the browny dirt rubbish comes off....

    Oh, and once done, look at Einszett Gummi Pflege to maintain and feed the seals.... far better than Swisscraps stuff...
     
  7. s3clarke

    s3clarke Money grabbing s3!

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    Einszett Gummi Pflege | eBay this stuff?
     
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    That's the chap, yes.... very good stuff, easy to use and pretty cheap for how long it lasts....
     
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    Isopropyl Alcohol to clean and degrease then 303 for appearance and protection.
     

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