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    Default Rubber care

    Whatís the best rubber care for the rubbers around the windows etc
    And to get them clean

    Thanks

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    I use the Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber Care stuff - been using it for years and always had good results
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    2 words

    Carpro perl

    Nuff said
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    Apparently that Gummy phlege stuff it the one 👍🏼


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    As above. Gummi pflege made by nextzett. I use it and it’s brilliant plus it’s water based

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    Carpro perl is water based, and it's awesome value for money cause you can use it neat for heavy applications but can be diluted down several times for most regular rubber and plastic applications.
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    Iíve used a lot of products on a lot of cars and hands down auto finesse revive is the best Iíve seen for window trims, rubbers etc, it dries in with a satin finish and stays on wash after wash, other stuff, Iíve found, either runs off in heavy rain and causes streaks down the car or it washes off all together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20Drift View Post
    I use the Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber Care stuff - been using it for years and always had good results
    Thats what i brought from amazon also. Havent used it yet but im hoping i will get good results. How did you apply it?

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    If you want a true long lasting coating gtechniq is the way to go. Semi permanent
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    Quote Originally Posted by VXRer View Post
    Thats what i brought from amazon also. Havent used it yet but im hoping i will get good results. How did you apply it?


    Autogym is rubbish

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