That is all well and good, but it really doesn’t do a thing for the back of the switch. In most Jeeps, the switches are in a console or dashboard and the back of the switch is relatively protected, so usually it is OK. But on Jeeps with switches in the overhead console, that go diving, or have switches under the hood, this is another option. Again, I just find them at parts stores, but this coated back end, combined with the rubber cover below, makes for a switch that is dang near waterproof. At least I’ve never had to replace one set up like this, even when the Jeep stayed out from March to November with no top or doors on it.