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cabbychris

Registered User
can anyone tell me whats the best thing to use for lubricating rubber door/window seals,what do you use
 

SDHA4SLine

Registered User
I know its expensive but I've tried just about every seal feed product available and if you want one that really works then this is what you need.
 

sidibear

Going with the flow.
Staff member
Moderator
I use Aerospace 303.
 

palfy86

Registered User
i seem to have a problem with my seals more when the weathers dry, the doors creak when going over bumpy roads (really annoying!!) when its raining they're fine, so i guess the seals get moisture when its raining and then it no longer happens.
 

palfy86

Registered User
I thought it was something inside the door card and was preparing to strip them down at the weekend but then it rained one day going to work and all was quiet, so my next purchase will be the wurth i think.
 

SteveMcB

Registered User
I followed a tip on here to use Autoglym rubber cleaner, use a bit of cardboard to shove the cloth right into the groove on the hood, cuts down on rattles and creaks
 

Dani_B19

Audi-sports own special child.
The best thing I've ever used is merrs bumper and vinyl care but for some ****** stupid reason they've stopped doing it.
 

CHEZ

moderately amusing
Supporter
Armor all rubber protectant...
It's recommended for my le chameau wellies, and works a treat on my A5 door seals.
Give it a go, only £5
 

mikeb7

Registered User
Hi did a bit of a search on this and liqui moly seems to be what is used on aircraft rubber seals which must be good for cars too

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mikeb7

Registered User
Look on eBay there seems to be an auto one in an orange bottle as blue is aero

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