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Old October 2, 2012, 02:46 PM   #8
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Years back I bought a bunch of ammo cans that had some funky chemical all over them, including the "rubber" seal gasket. Here's what I did & 15 years later they're still fine.

Wipe with denatured alcohol, or yellow "heet" (same thing), till any black surface crap comes off on the cloth. This gives you a fresh surface to work with.

Buy some "armorall" wipes & use them to run a couple of coats of the chemical into & all over the rings. Don't worry if a bit more black stuff comes off,as long as it's not big chunks. Repeat 2~3 times waiting till the last coat soaks in before applying the next.

After the last one has "dried" close 'em up & don't worry for the next 30+ years.
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