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Whilst sat at Meadowhell on chauffeuring duties I was cleaning the inside of the car and noticed the light green algae on the rubber strip. It seems powdery and I did try to wipe it off with some glass cleaner but its refused to budge. It's more apparent towards the wing mirror has anyone else noticed similar ? 

 

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Ahh so not just mine then. Looking at the passenger side rubber housing and it's all the way along the rubber strip. More noticable when the window is fully down.

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I blame the Greens, When we were burning lots of coal there was that much sulphur in the air it killed that sort of stuff off. 

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It's definitely worse this year due to the damp Winter, I always keep a stiff bristled toothbrush in my cleaning kit and brush it with window cleaner or if it's very dry I just brush it and follow with a vacuum cleaner at the same time.

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Had it all over mine when I bought my fez a few months ago, I used bare bones and a hard bristle brush, I clean the car weekly and has not come back yet 

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