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Old 21st August 2015, 11:13   #16
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Default Re: How to LUBE the rubber seal of a car?

Where can I get the clips for holding the door beading in place.

My Wagon R beading is fine and no cracks anywhere.However, since some of the "pink" clips that holds them to the door are broken, they are now loose.
Where can I get these clips?

Can I use a Feviquik to glue them to its place if I am unable to procure the clips?

Any help will be obliged.
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Where can I get the clips for holding the door beading in place.

My Wagon R beading is fine and no cracks anywhere.However, since some of the "pink" clips that holds them to the door are broken, they are now loose.
Where can I get these clips?

Can I use a Feviquik to glue them to its place if I am unable to procure the clips?

Any help will be obliged.
Firstly do not, under any circumstances glue the rubber beading. It will not only harden the rubber, but will be a pain to take out.

Clips can be generally found with those who repair/refurbish car upholstery.
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