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Old 08-17-17, 08:32 AM
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Anybody here ever use the 303 Aerospace protectant before? Heard some good reviews on it and I was thinking of ordering myself a bottle to use on my leather seats, dash and headlights for the UV protection. Anyone here have any experience with this product?
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Old 08-17-17, 08:37 AM
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I have used 303 Protectant for many years to clean and seal my convertible tops. I thinks its the best on the market for convertible tops. I've never used it on leather seats dash or headlights for uv protection..
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I've used it for years. Great stuff.

I've never used it on my leather seats, but I use it on the dash and door panels. Seems to protect well and it doesn't leave a wet/glossy oily finish like many other products.
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I've used it for many years.
I use it on the leather, vinyl, door, trunk, under hood weatherstrips/rubber, engine plastics, hoses, tires...
Great stuff!
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See existing thread on this very popular product...


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I used it, good product. Can't really say if it was doing anything or not but my black interior in my 2nd Gen GS held up very well and looked practically brand new. I did not use a lot though and made sure I wiped it down pretty good to avoid a glossy finish, it does leave a matte/satin finish if you use it evenly and wipe it enough.
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That thread that zmcgovern4 referenced will answer all of your questions regarding aerospace 303.

Spark notes: Simply the best when it comes to protecting your vinyl and plastic trims. I haven't used it on my leather surfaces, but others have had good results doing this.
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Originally Posted by Joeb427 View Post
I've used it for many years.
I use it on the leather, vinyl, door, trunk, under hood weatherstrips/rubber, engine plastics, hoses, tires...
Great stuff!
Oh wow, so pretty much the entire car can be protected by this stuff minus the paint! Too bad since I'm in Canada we don't carry the 303 in stores... Amazon it is then.
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303 makes great products. The regular 303 protectant is good for vinyl, plastic, etc and if you use it per the directions (buff off w/a clean mf towel) it leaves a nice matte finish. I've used it on leather with good results but recently opted for this since it also does a bit of cleaning as well
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Originally Posted by boosteddsm View Post
303 makes great products. The regular 303 protectant is good for vinyl, plastic, etc and if you use it per the directions (buff off w/a clean mf towel) it leaves a nice matte finish. I've used it on leather with good results but recently opted for this since it also does a bit of cleaning as well https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Oh that is interesting, might pick up the leather one as well with my order and see how it works out... I have been using the armor all leather cleaner and protectant gel for the longest time in all my vehicles and it works great, only downside is that the smell of the product is kind of horrible.
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Originally Posted by ssjkev16 View Post
Oh wow, so pretty much the entire car can be protected by this stuff minus the paint! Too bad since I'm in Canada we don't carry the 303 in stores... Amazon it is then.
You can get it in Canada....try places that sell boats, they carry it. If no boat shops....amazon it is!
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Originally Posted by FastFord View Post
You can get it in Canada....try places that sell boats, they carry it. If no boat shops....amazon it is!
RV/Camper shops tend to carry it too. It is very rare to find at stores in the states too, got mine at a RV shop.
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stuff is amazing. i never used it on leather though. always opted for leather cleaner + conditioner for leather surfaces. anything else that's not glass...it's getting sprayed.
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