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What do you use to lubricate weather stripping, etc?

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    Silicone spray works the best.

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    anyone tried novagard silcone grease? i found it on amazon.com

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    I have always used baby oil it works great super cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwalters View Post
    Silicone spray works the best.
    +1 we used silicone spray at the dealerships i worked at.
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