Thread: Freezing doors
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Old 10-28-2003, 01:27 AM
Freestyler Freestyler is offline
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Another vote for the silicone. -Either as a spray or a stick. (stick is easier to control).
Not only will the silicone prevent the rubber from sticking/freezing to the doors. It also has a preserving effect on the rubber.

In my part of the world, winter is just around the corner. And we can get temps down to -25 deg Celsius. -We see the silicone sticks for sale at every gas station by now.
My 300E got 'siliconed' this weekend.

Never criticize someone until you've walked a mile in his shoes. That way, when you do, you're a mile away -and you have his shoes!

'86 300E optically converted to '95 E300 (Sold)
-Blauschwarz on silver
-Black leather
-17" AMG & 15" AMG for winter
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