Q: Door seals are wearing away, car is very new

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I'm not happy with how the door seals on my 2014 Kia Soul have held up. This is a very new car, with just 19k miles on it, yet the door seams are noticeably wearing away. The amount of water coming in isn’t alarming, but I am definitely going to have to fix the problem soon. What can I do other than just replace the seals and let it happen again?

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