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Thread: HOW TO: Keep your top seals healthy and LEAK FREE!

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    Great info!

    I've always used Formula 303 protectant. My 11 year old JK's seals are soft, have no cracks, and still look like new. I apply it twice a year.

    I'll bet those seals will last forever with that Honda silicone grease treatment.

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    I use 303 or vynilex on plastics, dash, etc, and it does keep seals hydrated to a point, but this stuff is what Id recommend for this application.

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    303 Aerospace alllllll daaaay

    Quote Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
    I use 303 or vynilex on plastics, dash, etc, and it does keep seals hydrated to a point, but this stuff is what Id recommend for this application.
    This stuff is a miracle worker! Basically it is SPF for your plastics, rubbers and vynial. Invented for NASA to keep rubber seals from shrinking while in orbit.

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    While I love 303, I maintain, the product I linked above is superior for the job, a problem that 303 wont really solve IMHO.

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    Thanks for the post! I have been using spray silicone lube on my vehicle seals but I see that the thick grease here does a better job. Ordering now!

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    great tip, thanks

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    Thanks for the write up, I have been using this on my seals. It also helps keep doors from getting frozen shut and tearing the seals in the winter.

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