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I applied this stuff to a ton of door seal rubber on a 90's car that has some drying out issues. After a healthy application of the 303 I came back the next day and while the rubber felt ok and slightly healthier, it was far from being reconditioned. It feels more like it has a slick coating more than anything else. Usable for some situations I guess but I'm going with that German oil next time... I cant recall the name.
I saw this product in a video from a car detailer and decided that I could use this on my old car. However, I haven't seen much effect and the applicator is finicky. It tends to not get the entire area or just drip onto the paint. Maybe I haven't used it for long enough?
Didn't want to pay for the $83!!!??? GM brand rubber weather striping cleaner/conditioner (3634770), however this one doesn't seem to soak in as fast sometimes leaving streaks when drying, just need to apply twice/thrice, however the price is cheap so I can afford to use it up more.
I had assumed this was really good stuff coming from the manufacturer that it does, however I am just lukewarm on the product use. it dries quickly and ends up looking like it did before the liquid was spread on the rubber seals.
How many rubber seals on an RV do you know that you would lubricate with the bottle applicator pointing down to keep applying and maintaining the fluid at the tip applicator? None! RV seals are all verticle and mostly you are reaching upward to use it. Even on a ladder it is difficult to apply with the applicator pointing downward to keep fluid in the tip. The product is great but the applicator is not!