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303 Aerospace Protectant 16 oz
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303 Aerospace Protectant Customer Questions and Answers

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What's the square foot coverage per ounce of product?

Asked on 05/01/2015 by Undisclosed

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I don't know the quantity needed, but it is a great product.

Answered on 05/02/2015 by DARREL BONE
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I have two lexan covered solar panels which are about six feet by four feet. I treat them twice a year. I would estimate that I use about an once each time so that would work out to about 50 square feet per once. I'm pretty sloppy so you could probably do better. Most of it ends up on the rag as it is actually a very thin film that you put down. I live on the Mojave desert and after many years the lexan show none of the usual hazing.

Answered on 05/02/2015 by James Manion

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Wow. This was never a concern. It's such a great product that that never mattered. I still have some left. Just buy it and enjoy

Answered on 05/02/2015 by SCOTT ADAMCZYK

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Better than armor all With no alcohol..

Answered on 05/01/2015 by TONY BROOKS
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Can it be used on cars? If so windows only or it can be used on body too? Can it harm the paint? How long it will stay? Do I need to reapply every how often?

Asked on 01/05/2015 by Undisclosed

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303 works well on cars but not really meant for paint or windows. It will not hurt either but it is made more for rubber and similar products. I don't think there would be a real advantage on glass and it would not last. On paint it will look good for a short time but not last like a good wax. 303 is better on flexible materials like rubber trim or tires. I use it on cars, RVs and boats, but not on glass. It really works best on inflatable boats!

Answered on 01/05/2015 by JEFFREY CROOK
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I have only used 303 on plastic, rubber and vinyl. Not on windows (for sure not) not on painted metal surfaces. It's just a better Armorall. I use it on the above mentioned surfaces on my boat, car and RV. Don't use it on motorcycle seats because it will make it too slippery. Will protect patio furniture (vinyl, fabric surfaces). Best UV protection I have ever seen. Buy it by the gallon to reduce cost.

Answered on 01/05/2015 by DENNIS IBA

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It is not meant to be used on paint or glass. You can use it on vinyl, rubber, plastic or boat covers to protect from sun damage.

Answered on 01/08/2015 by MARK JOHNSON

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I purchased this for protecting the Undercover bed cover for my truck. It works great and using it 3 or 4 times a year, my cover still looks new after 4 years. It has also kept the dash and interior of the doors looking new. During use, there has been some carry-over onto the paint and it did not damage it. Although I don't think this is meant to be a paint protectant, you could always try. I have found 303 Aerospace Protectant is worth the money for all it's intended purposes.

Answered on 01/05/2015 by ROBERT SCHNEIDER
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I have vinyl upholstery in my boat that invariably picks up mildew during off season storage. This cleans off with various detergent/bleach mixtures except for a noticeable, diffuse darkening in the "pores" of the vinyl. Does 303 remove such residue?

Asked on 07/01/2014 by Vincent Seiwert

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Not that I know of. I use 303 as the last step after cleaning. I would highly recommend 303 as a UV protectant, but I do not believe it is a cleaner. You might try one of the many marine vinyl cleaners, however, getting mildew out of pores in vinyl is difficult.

Answered on 07/03/2014 by DAVID KOLB
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From the spray bottle I purchased I can use it to remove light build up from boat seats. The best part is it will help to prevent the buildup in the future because it helps to prevent the growth by blocking the uv rays. It has worked very well on my seats and tires.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by WALTER OLIVEIRA

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I find 303 to be a good product that gets many stains out. I however do not have mildew problems, but if I did I would certainly use 303. My boat is 7 years old and the upholstery looks very close to new.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by BRIAN ISBELL

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Just to be specific, I transferred the 303 from the gallon to a spray bottle. It only comes in the gallon form as far as I know. Thanks

Answered on 07/01/2014 by WALTER OLIVEIRA
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I've seen reference to use on finished wood. I am wondering if I can use it on the deck and hull of a skin on frame kayak with a spar varnish finish? Any thoughts?

Asked on 04/22/2014 by Rob Zich

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I have no experience in using 303 on surfaces other than plastic, vinyl, etc. No experience with wood. Sorry

Answered on 04/22/2014 by DAVID KOLB
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I have never tried that! I'm sure it would not hurt it but I'm not sure how much good it would do. The primary use is for fiberglass and rubber products. Almost like putting on sun screen. You would most likely have better results with a good wax or polymer sealer, something with more body to it.

Answered on 04/23/2014 by JEFFREY CROOK

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I would only use on vinyl and leather those are porous materials and liquid will soak in. If you use on fiberglass and plastic it will sit on top and just wash off in time. In my option.

Answered on 04/22/2014 by ROBERT A MOIO JR
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Does the gallon size come with a sprayer?

Asked on 03/04/2014 by Roy Bruner

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No, just a gallon of liquid.

Answered on 03/04/2014 by JEFFREY CROOK
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Roy, Sadly, it does not come with a sprayer.

Answered on 03/04/2014 by JOHN BYNON
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Is it safe for RV graphics?

Asked on 02/24/2015 by ron zellitti

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Ron I am not sure about graphics but I can say on vinyl upholstery there is no better product. Our boat is now 11 years old and we have used 303 every season. Our seats still look and feel like they did on day one.

Answered on 02/24/2015 by DAWN BOUCHARD
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I am thinking of using this on artwork (ceramics) to protect fluorescent colors that UV rays are fading out in a very short time, especially reds. Any experience in using 303 in this way?

Asked on 09/16/2014 by Brad Wierck

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None but the product is unbelievable when it comes to Vinyl. I would recommend this hands down for boat upholstery.

Answered on 09/16/2014 by DAWN BOUCHARD
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