|Product Dimensions||19.05 x 8.64 x 8.64 cm; 58.97 Grams|
|Item Model Number||30324|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||30324|
|Item Weight||59 g|
303 Rubber Seal Protectant and Conditioner for Weather Seals - 3.4 fl. oz.
|Price:||+ $9.65 Delivery|
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- 303 Rubber Seal Protectant provides protection against drying and cracking in extreme temperatures for weather seals.
- Restores seal elasticity and conditions weather seals for doors, windows, hoods and trunks.
- Perfect for use on cars, boats, RV's or any rubber weather seal that needs conditioning and it will also rejuvenates color to old seals.
- Includes an easy to apply applicator to get into the tough spots around doors, windows, hoods and trunk seals. Also great for use on windshield wipers.
- Made in the U.S.A.
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303 Rubber Seal Protectant is an easy, convenient way to keep the rubber seals of doors, windows conditioned and pliable. Helps protect against drying and cracking in extreme temperatures, and rejuvenate color and elasticity to old seals, keeping them looking and performing like new!
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Shake well before use. Apply 303 Rubber Seal Protectant evenly onto a dry, clean surface using attached foam applicator. Allow product to fully dry. Repeat procedure if necessary. Use regularly for optimal protection (every 3-5 weeks). Keep product from freezing.
- Made in the U.S.A.
303 Rubber Seal Protectant
303 Rubber Seal Protectant is an easy, convenient way to keep the rubber seals of doors, windows conditioned and pliable. Helps protect against drying and cracking in extreme temperatures, and rejuvenate color and elasticity to old seals, keeping them looking and performing like new.
- Use on rubber seals of your vehicle’s doors, trunk or hood to keep them pliable, and protect against drying or cracking in extreme temperatures
- Conditions rubber seals on doors, windows, hoods and trunks
- Protects against drying and cracking in extreme temperatures
- Rejuvenates color to old seals, restores elasticity
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This product was designed to protect your car's rubber seals from drying out. Protecting these seals is very important because they are not easy to replace on some vehicles. The manufacturer may also stop making replacement seals if the vehicle is an older model. Replacement parts become harder to find on non-popular makes and models. It is in your best interest to take care of these often neglected parts. Spend more effort taking care of rubber door and window seals than you do on your tires. Tires are easily replaced. These seals are not.
This rubber seal conditioner and protector from the 303 brand claims to prolong the life of these parts. I will be honest in this review and say that the only true test of how well this product works is the test of time. Keep applying this product according to the frequency in the instructions. Clean your rubber seals gently. Do not expose them to harsh cleaners. That is all you can really do.
The foam applicator at the tip of the bottle allows you to apply the product without making a mess. However, if you are doing the rubber seals on an SUV or some other large vehicle, the foam will not last. You may have to open the bottle and apply the remaining chemical using a microfiber towel. This product would have earned a 5 star rating if the foam applicator had been more durable. But that is not a deal breaker because you can always apply using a microfiber towel.
The product applies easily and smoothly. The liquid disappears immediately. I suspect the rubber seals absorbed the liquid. Be careful if your rubber seals are cracked. Further rubbing could make them deteriorate and fall apart. No product can save rubber seals that are already broken down. You will first need to clean the seals with a soft-bristled brush if they are dirty. Wait until it dries and then apply the 303 protector. Clean the mating surface. Whatever body panel makes contact with the seals, usually another rubber seal, should also be cleaned.
Highly recommended. At this point, I will have to accept the manufacturer's claims for the product. The 303 brand is a big company and I would assume they have the resources to create a formula that protects rubber seals. They make other car care products that usually get good reviews from consumers. I expect they have enough chemistry people on their staff to create these products.
Seemed to do the job and only added a little bit of shine to the material.
If I have to reapply too often ill update review.
Or if I use them on my automobiles (door seals) ill update.