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Hi all, i have a green algae starting on the window seals of my xf.

Any one have any ideas for how to remove and how to prevent.

The car is cleaned regularly but stands outside. The rear windows don't lower enough for direct access.

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Hi Jeff,

Vinegar is a very useful cleaner.  I clean my windscreen wipers every week and it works!

Peter.

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Hi Peter

Thank you 

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Hi

WD40 works as well, make the rubber look new as well

P.S. wd40 wont work on your wipers though

cheers

Joe

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On 8.10.2017 at 1:37 PM, Jeffus said:

green algae starting on the window seals

I don't know about that, but for the black mould that can be found in showers or on houses, I spray it with a 1/5 solution of chlorine-based household bleach and rinse off with a lot of water.

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