I got this at Home Depot....https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.caul ... 48365.html
One of the best cheap tools you can get for working on our body bits and pieces. I rubbed like hell on getting that old door trim off, and at least for my paint, it did not mark it at all. The edge is quite sharp, so it can get that thin layer of weatherstrip adhesive no problem, then just soak a corner of a course rag in Brake Clean, and that will get the rest off. The pointed end gets in those right angle corners just perfectly.
Start in the corner of the door, as that is your reference point. Just take your time and make sure the rubber is tucked under the body roll. Go an inch down both ways, just to snug it down, then you can just continue on. I would glue one side at a time, and let it set for a day. Run a small thin bead down the right angle first, then, hold the rubber seal away from the door and run a very thin smear down the sides that nest into the right angle. A helper is good as they can hold it away from the door, and, as you feed it into the door, just keep it from flying around and sticking where you do not want it to.
"Racing makes heroin addiction look like a vague wish for something salty" - Peter Egan
1973 2Door Slalom/hill climb/road race / canyon carver /Giant Killer 510
1968 Vintage 3HP Mini Bike
1971 Vintage 13' BOLER trailer