Car maintenance covers a wide range of areas, and people may pay more attention to external parts such as the body, tires and interior. Today, let's discuss how to maintain a car weather strip.
The sealing performance of the car is an important indicator to measure the quality of the car. The quality of the car sealing strip determines the sealing function of the car. Automotive sealing strips are widely used around the glass, including the rear windshield, the top of the trunk lid, as well as the engine compartment, doors and other parts. Personnel and vehicles are well protected. However, no matter how good sealing tape is, it has a limited lifespan. In the process of use, it is necessary to do a good job of protection in time to prolong its service life. Once the weather strip is aged, it will lead to adverse consequences such as reduced shock absorption, increased tire noise, water leakage and poor ventilation, which will bring danger to the life and property of car owners and passengers. Therefore, it is necessary to do maintenance work in time during normal use.
Car weather strips are made of rubber and will show signs of aging, so try not to expose your car to the sun. The owner must clean up the dust on the rubber belt in time. The dust in the rail groove of the automobile sealing ring will affect the sealing function of the rubber strip. Therefore, it is recommended that car owners clean the rubber strips every quarter or less. In addition, when cleaning the car, try not to aim the water gun at the rubber strip, so as not to deform the rubber strip and affect the effect. When water enters the rubber strip, be sure to pay attention to dehumidification to prevent rust. If you do the above points in a small part of car maintenance, the service life of the rubber strip will be extended, thereby ensuring the service life of the car.