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Originally posted by njjoe
You learn something new every day. I never considered the door seals to be a maintenance item.
Are you doing this for longevity or appearance?
I have only had door seal problems on two cars and it was due to the design and not the pliability.
Funny you should ask, I just treated my seals yesterday. Not that they needed them (since my MO is an 09' with 6500 miles), but because I want to start a scheduled "seal" maintenance to keep them in good shape. A detailer I know and respect very much, recommended Zymol "Seal" ZYMOL SEAL 8.5 oz so I gave it a try. It's not cheap, (like the rest of Zymol's upper end products), but I followed the directions and my seals truely "feel like a dog's nose" now. FWIW, he also recommended mixing 50/50, the "Seal" and Zymol's vinyl conditioner "Vinyl" to treat the interior to achieve that original deep, matte finish with excellent protection. I can attest to 50/50 mixture, my interior looks like new… deep, rich color but not shiny and the orange creme soda that ended up on the dash last week wiped off easily without removing any of the treatment. Take care!
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