Let's get it right to the point: rubber is nothing like plastic and vinyl surfaces. Rather, rubber is a natural product and as a result most plastic care products have no business being applied to rubber parts (for plastic care we recommend you use Swissvax Protection or Swissvax Protection Matt). Rubber tends to become brittle and unsightly over the years if it is neglected, and unfortunately the cost of replacing rubber seals on older vehicles is often very high. As such, regular conditioning of rubber parts tends to pay for itself in the long run, particularly on cherished vehicles that you intend to keep, and there is no finer product for the job than Swissvax Seal Feed.
Adds ProtectionYes(UV Absorbers)
Durability1 Month +(Average Value)
Shine Level2/10(Single Coat)
Rubber is a naturally derived product, which means that most plastic surface care products are actually poorly suited to its fundamentally different care requirements. This is a critical point, because rubber is perishable and prone to becoming hard and brittle over time as essential moisture and oils are lost. Swissvax Seal Feed was developed specifically to counter this problem, and is formulated to keep rubber surfaces conditioned and pliable, to the extent that even hardened seals become soft and flexible again after several applications. As an added bonus, it also effectively prevents rubber seals from freezing solid and letting damp air in during the winter months.
|Contains UV Absorbers||No|
|Durability||1 month +|
|Layerable||Yes (allow 30 minutes between coats)|
|Suitable For||Rubber surfaces|
How To Use
For best results, clean all of the seals to be treated by wiping them down gently with a damp Swissvax Micro-Wash Towel, and then wipe on a thin coat of Swissvax Seal Feed evenly using either a Swissvax Foam Applicator Pad or your fingertips. After 30 minutes, gently wipe off any excess product with a Swissvax Micro-Absorb Towel (skip this step if all of the product you applied soaked in fully). Apply a further coat if the rubber still looks and feels dry afterwards (several coats are sometimes required to restore seals that have become very hard and dry).