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Old 06-22-2010, 12:24 AM   #1
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product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

Hello what is a good product for weather striping. I am currently using Megs natural shine. The problem i am having is that on hot and humid days the weather striping likes to stick a bit. I am looking for something to clean and condition.
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Re: product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

You'll probably get a few suggestions, but I would go with Meguiar's #40 Vinyl and Rubber Cleaner/Conditioner. Works great, leaves the weather stripping nice and supple. Also has some light cleaners, so you're cleaning the stripping at the same time. Very nice product.
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Re: product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

Einszett Rubber Care Stick Gummi Pflege for conditioning. Not sure if it cleans or not.
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Re: product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

both meguires 40 and the eizentt are great products. i use 40 for larger vinyl panels more but the stick is great for door seals
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Re: product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

While this isn't a cleaner/conditioner, if you apply it with a cloth that has a nap, like terry cloth or microfiber, the action of the nap together with the liquid protectant will have a cleaning effect but you'll be apply all protectant at the same time.

This is a water-based product with no petroleum distillates that can dry out rubber and it won't make the surface sticky or give it an artificial shine.


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Re: product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

Thank you for the quick response.
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Re: product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

Meg's Hyper Dressing works good!
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Re: product for cleaning and conditioning weather striping?

I'd say Meguiar's #40 or 303 Aerospace protectant. Both work really well.
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