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Old 09-02-2016, 05:16 PM   #1
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303 Aerospace vs. Protect All

What is the better protectant for vacuum bonded Jay Feather exterior walls, 303 or Protect All? Your reasons for your preferences are appreciated.
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Old 09-03-2016, 05:45 AM   #2
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I could be wrong but I thought those were vinyl protecters.
I have been using New Finish which is an Acrylic sealed (not a wax) and it seems to be working. Easy to apply and fairly cheap.
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I could be wrong but I thought those were vinyl protecters.
I have been using New Finish which is an Acrylic sealed (not a wax) and it seems to be working. Easy to apply and fairly cheap.
Both products claim that they are to be used on a number of surfaces including plastics, metals, fiberglass, etc. I have used 303 on vinyl and metal, but I have not used Protect All. I have heard about New Finish. We should add it to the discussion.
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I prefer 303 of the 2. Can be used for practically anything from vinyl to fiberglass to plastic to rubber. I use it only on the plastics, slide and door seals and tires. Sidewalls get different types of Meguiars.
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i prefer 303 of the 2. Can be used for practically anything from vinyl to fiberglass to plastic to rubber. I use it only on the plastics, slide and door seals and tires. Sidewalls get different types of meguiars.
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I prefer 303 of the 2. Can be used for practically anything from vinyl to fiberglass to plastic to rubber. I use it only on the plastics, slide and door seals and tires. Sidewalls get different types of Meguiars.
What Meguiars products do you use on your sidewalls?
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I use this on my slide seals etc. https://www.amazon.com/303-30324-Rub...ace+protectant . I use ProtectAll with Carnuba wax for the camper and use ProtectAll fiberglass oxidation remover for our front cap. The ProtectAll wax won't last as long as a paste wax but the time saving applying it is worth it. Don't forget to wax your slide sides, they'll love you for it. Both do a great job and are easy to apply.
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I use this on my slide seals etc. https://www.amazon.com/303-30324-Rub...ace+protectant . I use ProtectAll with Carnuba wax for the camper and use ProtectAll fiberglass oxidation remover for our front cap. The ProtectAll wax won't last as long as a paste wax but the time saving applying it is worth it. Don't forget to wax your slide sides, they'll love you for it. Both do a great job and are easy to apply.
Thank you. I have the seals dialed in. I am trying to decide on a product treatment for the "fiberglass" sidewalls, other than paste wax. I have read several accounts of people treating them with 303 or Protect All and not a traditional wax.
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Once I found 303 I never looked back! I have an aluminum sided trailer but 303 was always used on my fiberglass boat. Great product and very versatile.
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