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My preference is to use polyurethane, bought in a cartridge at Home Depot for about $7. I have used it on several windshields (not just on my Escort) , where the rubber gasket had shrunk a little and water was getting in. Polyurethane is the same kind of rubber the local windshield replacer businesses use when they replace a windshield. It never gets so hard that its difficult to remove later on - if I ever find a source of new rubber windows gaskets at good prices.
 

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denisond3 said:
My preference is to use polyurethane, bought in a cartridge at Home Depot for about $7. I have used it on several windshields (not just on my Escort) , where the rubber gasket had shrunk a little and water was getting in. Polyurethane is the same kind of rubber the local windshield replacer businesses use when they replace a windshield. It never gets so hard that its difficult to remove later on - if I ever find a source of new rubber windows gaskets at good prices.
Could you tell me the exact product you bought at Home Depot. Since you are way more experienced in this than I am :)
I did buy some sealant at Home Depot tonight. I took some pictures of the sealant I bought. I would like your opinion if it's a good one. If not, I can always take it back. That's why I want to get the exact product you use :)

http://img40.imageshack.us/i/img1040d.jpg/

http://img39.imageshack.us/i/img1041c.jpg/

Sorry for the crappy pictures, but this is the one I bought:

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/sto ... key=Search
 
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