How to Soften Car Window Rubber?

Answer Rubber window moldings dry out and become hard after years of use. The molding around your car window is exposed to direct sunlight and heat, which causes it to deteriorate faster. Rubber molding c... Read More »

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How to Soften a Rubber Weatherstrip?

You should soften the rubber weatherstripping before you install it on your vehicle. If you don't, it will age quickly and become dry and cracked. When it does become dry and cracked, you will hear... Read More »

How to Soften Rubber Auto Trim?

Rubber trim that is subject to the sun, heat, wind and rain can often become tough, hardened and dull-looking. Silicone protectants do not allow the rubber to breathe, and can dry trim, while waxes... Read More »

How to Soften Wiper Blade Rubber?

Wiper blades not only keep rain water off a car's windshield, they also help provide a clear viewing area for the driver. Therefore, keeping your wiper blades working and in top shape is important.... Read More »

How to Fix Car Window Rubber?

The rubber weather stripping that surrounds your car windows keeps moisture out while keeping the heat and air conditioning inside where it belongs. Age, sun and accidents can all damage this prote... Read More »