How to reset a rubber windscreen seal
A leaking windscreen can be a hazard, and also cause damage to your car interior. Selleys Autofix Silicone Windscreen Sealant is a neutral cure black silicone R.T.V. rubber for sealing leaking windscreens quickly and effectively.
- Apply a small bead of Selleys Autofix Silicone Windscreen Sealant on the steel frame, and slip your replacement rubber around the screen.
- Avoid smearing excess sealant on glass or paintwork. Use masking tape for a neat appearance, or where clean-up is difficult.
- Selleys Autofix Silicone Windscreen Sealant prevents the penetration of water, dust and drafts. It can also be used to seal around rubber door seals.
- Removing a rubber windscreen seal and replacing it all together is a bigger job, and probably one for the professionals. If you do plan to remove the old rubber seal yourself, make sure you clean the windscreen and to remove all traces of old sealants and rust.
Selleys Autofix Silicone Windscreen Sealant forms a permanently waterproof seal which is unaffected by vibration and temperature extremes.
A professional permanent repair is always recommended when time permits.