In older cars, with time, rubber seals around the windows and doors start to deteriorate. Often, the seal loosens and air gets trapped inside. Slowly, the entire seal starts to unravel and hangs down by the corner. This causes noise, water and dust to enter the car. This is when it’s useful to know how to replace rubber seals quickly and easily.
As the seal gets older, it shrinks in size, which is why it won’t simply fix back into place with a spot of glue. However, there’s another way to replace the rubber seal on your own, using WD-40 Specialist Silicone Lubricant.