Door rubber seals

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Hello. Any recommendations for a product to use on the door rubber seals (F80)…they are a bit dry and looking white…need a bit of life putting into them? Any recommendations…wondering if a leather balm (I know they are rubber) or something else could be used?! Thanks in advance
 

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I've never rated gummi pflege personally. It stops the seals sticking but I find it doesn't condition them in any way.

I use either autoglym vinyl and rubber care or carpro PERL (both exactly the same product but PERL is concentrate and needs to be diluted and the autoglym is already diluted and ready to use).

They clean and condition the rubber (and plastic trims) and restore them also. A little goes a long way too
 

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I've never rated gummi pflege personally. It stops the seals sticking but I find it doesn't condition them in any way.

I use either autoglym vinyl and rubber care or carpro PERL (both exactly the same product but PERL is concentrate and needs to be diluted and the autoglym is already diluted and ready to use).

They clean and condition the rubber (and plastic trims) and restore them also. A little goes a long way too
My detailer friend recommended exactly those two products as well…funnily enough! Thanks
I’ll get the AutoGlym from Hallfrauds!
 

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Here is what i use on the door rubbers, you can also us it in the engine bay and as a tire dress. It's a beast

 

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