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    The rubber seals (doors, bonnet, engine cover, targa roof etc) on gina are looking a little tired and discoloured.
    Is there a product out there which will revive the above ?
    Many thanks for your anticipated, abundant assistance.
    , d

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    Quote Originally Posted by F308 MAN
    The rubber seals (doors, bonnet, engine cover, targa roof etc) on gina are looking a little tired and discoloured.
    Is there a product out there which will revive the above ?
    Many thanks for your anticipated, abundant assistance.
    , d
    If there is d you'll probably find it here and its just up the road from me


    http://www.woolies-trim.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by F308 MAN
    The rubber seals (doors, bonnet, engine cover, targa roof etc) on gina are looking a little tired and discoloured.
    Is there a product out there which will revive the above ?
    Many thanks for your anticipated, abundant assistance.
    , d
    Dave,
    Zymol have a product for this called oddley enough "seal".
    I used it on a mini i restored last year , it soaks into the seals as opposed to just sitting on top of it and making it look new.
    I used it on both the door/boot seals and on the window seals ,
    The windows seals in particular were very brittle , so i applied it 3 or four times and it did the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Zymol
    Dave,
    Zymol have a product for this called oddley enough "seal".
    I used it on a mini i restored last year , it soaks into the seals as opposed to just sitting on top of it and making it look new.
    I used it on both the door/boot seals and on the window seals ,
    The windows seals in particular were very brittle , so i applied it 3 or four times and it did the trick.
    many thanks, simon and dave ... you're stars.

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    try rubbin some vaseline on it did my roof seal and then light coating of silicone,now look good as new and now sqeak free roof

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    Quote Originally Posted by F308 MAN
    The rubber seals (doors, bonnet, engine cover, targa roof etc) on gina are looking a little tired and discoloured.
    Is there a product out there which will revive the above ?
    Many thanks for your anticipated, abundant assistance.
    , d
    Dave,

    I bought this stuff from these guys and it worked ok - I need to apply a number of coats more to get the wet dog nose effect tho..also better to do it outside on a sunny day for the seal to dry or you get the greasy impressions on the inside of your windows - annoying when the seals are the last thing you do in a marathon cleaning session!!

    Expensive but worthwhile.

    http://www.premierbodyshops.co.uk/zy...eding/Seal.htm

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    thanks marc ... it will be ordered as soon as i have saved up the 20+

    , d

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