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I have a new car that unfortunately is exposed to both hot sun and sub-zero weather. The last car I had, the rubber molding right above the drivers and passenger doors, that rests against the glass, started to crack and break really bad after a few years. Can you recommend anything to prevent that? I'm hesitant to apply chemicals to the rubber that may degrade it even faster.  Thanks

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Hi Lee,

I would suggest using a product called Nano Magic. It is a multi-surface protectant that can be used on all types of surfaces. It typically lasts about 3-6 months per application and is super easy to apply. Simply spray out of the bottle and wipe with a microfiber cloth. It should give you maximum protection against u.v. rays from the sun. It uses a nano particle technology to minimize u.v. damage. Here's a link where you can find the product:

http://www.repaintsupply.com/simix-smx2500-nano-magic-p4667.html

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I can answer most questions on auto refinishing materials. Especially PPG products. I have knowledge in the latest repair materials and techniques. When it comes to automotive paint I have a solid understanding of how things work.

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I have worked in a PPG paint retail/wholesale business for the last 15 years. I have dealt with many issues regarding paint and repair materials on a daily basis over the years. I don't know that I have all the answers but I would be willing to try.

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PPG Trained and Certified. Training with 3M products and Meguair's products.

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