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    heading out pretty soon and goin go give the car a good cleanthe day.whats the best thing i could get price wise also for bringin back tha blackness of the rubber trim that runs round the external of the windows,the door seals etc?

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    Gummi Pfledge is good for rubber seals for inside, don't use it on the outside as it's not as good. Poorboys trim restorer for the outside.

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    As above, I've heard a lot of good about Gummi Pfledge. I am using Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber Care on mine at the mo, spray it on a cloth and rub along rubbers, works a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigP View Post
    As above, I've heard a lot of good about Gummi Pfledge. I am using Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber Care on mine at the mo, spray it on a cloth and rub along rubbers, works a treat.
    same this way I am using 'Autoglym Vinyl & Rubber Care' but is a liquid, works the same saves it all drying out hth .................

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    a was thinking about the AG stuff to try,noticed past couple of times from cleanin the car that the rubbers needin done,its startin to slowly go that horrible misty color.need it to be as good as new again


    and,thanks for the advice guys,sorry a left that bit out

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    Quote Originally Posted by WKD-mcc View Post
    a was thinking about the AG stuff to try,noticed past couple of times from cleanin the car that the rubbers needin done,its startin to slowly go that horrible misty color.need it to be as good as new again


    and,thanks for the advice guys,sorry a left that bit out
    I am no expert but think it could be the UV that dries the rubber trim unless treated hth .....

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    well just back from halfrauds and got myself the AG rubber and vynil care spray so once the cars out to get washed,i'l be tryin it out and let you guys know how i got on.dont think itl be today though,not too good a day,rains on and off that was ma plans for today aswell,a good shfit on the car.owell always,saturday or sunday or maybe both

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigP View Post
    As above, I've heard a lot of good about Gummi Pfledge. I am using Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber Care on mine at the mo, spray it on a cloth and rub along rubbers, works a treat.
    same hre, works a treat for me

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    I use Autoglym Bumper Care for all plastics & rubbers inside and out.
    It's like a gel and spreads a long way and doesn't dry up in the bottle .

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