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What is used to maintain weather stripping and door hinges

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For weather stripping on your vehicle, if it is being stored use baby powder and work it in. If its being used regulary there are some great products out there 303, Vinylex, 3M Rubber Dressing, Wurths, etc.
As for the door hinges. A white lithium grease should work great.
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