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Old 08-01-2017, 02:43 PM   #11
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Bear in mind that one of the major ingredients in black rubber is carbon black
(soot), which is added to the raw base elastomer (which is off white) and this gives the rubber its black colour, something like a wax or oil will slightly dissolve the base raw elastomer and release the carbon black which is what you are almost certainly getting on your applicator rather than dirt.
did no know that, also makes me feel a huge amount better that it wasn't my awful cleaning procedure! THANK YOU!
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Would this stuff be an alternative to Gummi pfledge (spelling?)?

I always have difficulty getting in to my car in the winter and then closing the door because the glass does not slide down 1 cm when it's freezing. I can get in usually but the door just will not close unless the glass drops.

Would it stop the frozen rubber sticking to the glass?
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