Long term effects of ArmorAll on rubber?? I have no idea. But it should be
slick enough to do the job.
On 4/8/01 10:55 AM, "JERTIGGER2@cs.com" <JERTIGGER2@cs.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 4/8/01 8:08:52 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << One thing I found out AFTER I did this. You may want to put something like
> silicone grease into the glass channel of the rubber gasket before assembly.
> Like I said I used soap. If you get water into that channel the plastic, or
> whatever is in the glass sandwich, will begin to fog if water gets into the
> channel. Mine is :-(
> On 4/7/01 5:40 PM, "JERTIGGER2@cs.com" <JERTIGGER2@cs.com> wrote:
>> I am about to embark on the journey of ordering and replacing a new wind
>> screen for my 73 Midget.
> Rather than soap how about armerall(spelling?)
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