Before installing the Door Sealing Strip, make sure the surface is clean and free of any dirt, debris, or old adhesive. Use a cleaning solution and a clean cloth to wipe down the surface and ensure that it is completely dry.
Cut the seal to size
Measure the length of the area where you want to install the rubber seal and cut the seal to the appropriate length. Be sure to leave a little extra length to ensure a tight fit.
Apply a small amount of adhesive to the surface where you will be installing the rubber seal. Be sure to use an adhesive that is appropriate for the materials you will be bonding.
Press the seal into place
Once the adhesive has been applied, press the rubber seal firmly into place on the surface. Be sure to apply even pressure along the entire length of the seal to ensure a tight fit.
Allow the adhesive to dry
Allow the Automotive Rubber Seals adhesive to dry completely before using the vehicle. This can take several hours or overnight, depending on the type of adhesive used.
Test the seal
Once the adhesive has dried, test the seal to ensure that it is properly installed and functioning as intended. Check for any gaps or areas where the door rubber seal strip is not properly attached and make any necessary adjustments.