[DML] Re: Door Seal Lubricant?
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[DML] Re: Door Seal Lubricant?



The only way to truly preserve the seals is to keep them out of the 
sun as much as you can. 

There are several good products that will keep them nicely lubricated 
and somewhat preserved - Wurth's Rubber Care and something called 
Gummi-Phledge (appaently German for "Rubber Care") that used to be 
available at most BMW dealers but I've heard it's been discontinued. 
You might check anyway. Wurth's is a pro-line product that is 
available at some parts stores, directly from Wurth's, or from some 
of the specialty places online. I think PJGrady may even sell it.  

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "birdwell77095" <birdwells@xxxx> 
wrote:
>
> What can one put on door seals to keep them soft and to prevent 
them 
> from becoming hard?
> 
> Shannon







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