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Old 12-11-2009, 12:51 PM   #1
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Well folks, I am living the dream. The wife and daughter get the garage and my truck sits outside (Michigan). I have had a rough go with the doors sticking to the rubber seals and will not open.

I had tried some silicone on the seals last year and it helped a little but not consistently and didn't last long.

Anyone have any luck with a certain product?

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When I lived in NY, I rubbed a thin coat of Vaseline on the weather stripping. Worked pretty well until I washed the car. With as inexpensive as that stuff is, its not a big deal to reapply it every week or so.
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Thanks, I will give it a try!
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Wouldnt a dry graphite lubricant work better? Might want to give that a try.. Just an idea.
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