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Old 08-10-2010, 01:54 AM   #1
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Einszett's "Gummi Pflege"

Has anybody used Gummi Pflege before? It apparently restores your rubber door seals etc. BMW used to carry this product in-house for the Z3 but discontinued it.

I know GM has an alternative for their Camero. While I did try it on my old MR2, it worked a bit but the application was horrendous. eShine.ca sells the Gummi Pflege for under $8 (before shipping.) Ken, have you tried this and/or do you sell this product?

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I have some that I use from time to time but I find applying the product a PITA because of the "shoe polish" type dispenser. Its impossible to dress some trims with it. I normally just use 303 or one of the other dressings with an old foam applicator pad.
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303 Aerospace Protectant. Available at Canadian Tire. It's like $13 or $16 ish.
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303 is not available at ctire anymore, it got replaced by autoglym vinyl and rubber
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well 303 is still available but just not from Ken.

Just get the AG one, it works the same and Ken's local so you'll get it the next day.
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303 is pretty decent. It does the same thing as Armor All without the glossy shine. I usually use it for my dash and does a pretty good job. I'm far too lazy to protect my door seals (even though I probably should).

bcrdukes - I got a little bottle of 303 kicking around here if you want to try it out.
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What I'm really trying to is to revive the t-top and door seals on my MR2. I no longer drive the vehicle and it is garaged 100% of the time. Rather let it sit and rot away (and because this is rainy Vancouver) I would like to take preventative measures to save the seals as best as I can without having to fork up a solid $800 to $1000 to get new seals.
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What I'm really trying to is to revive the t-top and door seals on my MR2. I no longer drive the vehicle and it is garaged 100% of the time. Rather let it sit and rot away (and because this is rainy Vancouver) I would like to take preventative measures to save the seals as best as I can without having to fork up a solid $800 to $1000 to get new seals.
303 or AG Vinyl and Rubber Care works well to preserve your seals. You can spray it on a MF and wipe down your seals quite easily.
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