This is a re-post. Adding this info to the relative thread.
The first year we had the Eos I performed a complete seal lubrication the day it came home from the dealership. I also did one or two partial applications during the summer months, primarily on the top roof seals where they are exposed to the elements and car washes. Then I did another complete application in the fall before I stored the car for the winter.
This year I checked the seals several times over the summer and they were always good. As you can see in the photo, they are still nice and black, have an oily sheen, and are soft and supple.
I see this as an indication that once the seals are well saturated, they will require less frequent applications of Krytox.
Now I'm debating whether or not I should treat the seals before storing the car. I like the idea of giving the seals a chance to really soak up some lubricant, but on the other hand it would be interesting to see how long I can go between tretments.