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Is there any product on the market that can be applied to the window rubber surrounds.

Mine seem to be a bit dry. Need to soften /freshen them up.

cheers
ubdai
 

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Ubdai, drop the MR2OC a line, all the t-bar owners have the same problem. i seem to remember a product being available but can't remember the name of it now. Sorry...
 

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Ubdai, drop the MR2OC a line, all the t-bar owners have the same problem. i seem to remember a product being available but can't remember the name of it now. Sorry...
Pardon me for being dumb. MR20C ? Duh found it 'Toyotas MR2 owners club'

ubdai
 

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Aerospace 303 protectant. There is also another liquid that a friend who is a detailer used last time he did my car but I can't remember the name. I will let you know once I find out.

EDIT> This one: Einszett gummiphledge. BMW dealers sell it.
 

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I know there is a thread on this somewhere. What I do is get an aerosol can of silicone lubricant, spray some on a cotton towel and wipe that on all the weather stripping. Cleans them up and prevents them from getting frozen shut in the winter.
 

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I used KY Jelly personal lubricant and it worked a treat. However anyone I told about it looked at me in horror. :icon_redface:
 

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I used KY Jelly personal lubricant and it worked a treat. However anyone I told about it looked at me in horror. :icon_redface:
Huh, as long as you didn't use the "KY Yours+Mine", I think your FOZ will be fine. Otherwise she will be nagging you for more...
 

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I used KY Jelly personal lubricant and it worked a treat. However anyone I told about it looked at me in horror. :icon_redface:
Well you haven't said what you used it for.......

I wouldn't use anything leaving a greasy residue to get on the glass and then get smeared down into the seals myself!

Simon
 
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