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    Faded Rubber trim.

    The window seals on my car are a horrible grey colour anyone know anything that works well and lasts? Also the Black rails running along the roof are faded a bit. And suggestions would be most helpful.

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    get a product called black wow
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    I found Autoglym Bumper Care (green writing) does a really good job, it dosn't contain silicone so it won't run down your doors leaving marks.
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    Agree with the Autoglym stuff, I used that and baby oil on the cracked window rubbers of my calibra.

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