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A few months ago someone posted a thread that discussed using AT-205 in a diluted version to revitalize rubber and vinyl parts. I made a note of this product, but couldn't find it in the stickies if it ever made it there. I'm looking for the percentage of water to AT-205 to use this product in re-conditioning my rubber gaskets and weather stripping. There was also a YouTube clip showing a techie using this product for this purpose. If you remember, could you please post the link?
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there are a lot of scottie Kilmer video's on it floating around
never used it myself but the ratios Iv'e seen have been between 6 to 1 to 10 to 1. also dont use it concentrated as it will swell the bushing and make it mushy
let us know how it works
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Thanks for the response, but when you say 6 to 1 and 10 to 1, which is the higher number the AT-205 or the water? Yes, there are lots of Scotty Kilmer videos out there and a blog that he runs. Tried to send him a message but not sure if it went through.
 

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Griot's Garage sells a rubber prep and a rubber preservative, both of which I bought, but have yet to use them. They sound like they are at least one way to go.
 

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sorry the 6 or 10 to 1 is 6 or 10 parts water (or somewhere in between) to 1 part AT-20. I believe you have to leave it stand until dry. Maybe the person who actually used it will answer too
 
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