I tried Mothers Back to Black on the cowl and the rubber. Left greasy residue and it soon faded. When it did the fade looked much worse than when I started.
I used just plain old Armorall two washes ago. I knew it would look good for a while but didn't figure it would last. I haven't touched it since then. Lots of rain and another wash and it still looks good. I am surprised.
gotta say, if they are really weather/sun worn, go ahead and replace them, after six years of wear and tear, they are only 20-25 each (for the big ones along the door on each side at least, not sure of little ones along c-piller window)
worth it to renew the rubber after that long, just did mine, very happy with my 50 dollar investment in her appearance!
yeah, but now i'm not desparately trying to keep six years of sun and weather damage at bay and looking good...
i had another reason to do it anyway, got stupid and bent the corner of the door into the window while trying to back up six inches in the garage, had to have some paint/body work done and replace the driver rubber, so went ahead and did passenger to match...
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