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Black Gasket Bleeding

I own a 1976 sailboat. All the hatches contain a black rubber like material used to seal them from incoming water. When cleaning around these areas. windex, wax,,etc. if the material is contacted with a buff cloth it bleeds and stains the fiberglass.

Anyone have any ideas on how to seal the gasket material to prevent this bleeeding?

Thanks in advance
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