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Old 07-04-2015, 08:04 PM   #1
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How do you feel about using Aerospace 303 on your RV?

Has anyone (does anyone currently) use Aerospace 303 on your RV? If so, how do you like it, does it do what it claims as a protectant (for fiberglass, seals, window trim, roof, etc.)? And would it help to use generously on tires that sit for periods of time under a covered RV port? I'm concerned about dry rot with the sitting and wondering if 303 would help slow the process. Thanks in advance for your input...
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Old 07-05-2015, 06:50 PM   #2
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I have been using it for a couple of years now and have been pleased with the results. I use it on pretty much everything, expect the roof. I also use in on all my vehicles, both rubber and plastic.
I think the key to all of this is the UV protectant, but you have to reapply it as the directions suggest.
Also be sure to use it sparingly, you can easily apply to much and waste it.
I get mine on Amazon and in large quantities. It is much cheaper than buying from the camping specific stores.
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Are you using it instead of wax, or are you just applying it to the decals?
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Sorry should have been more specific. I use it on the decals, tires, slide seals and the AC shrouds . Although it states it can be used on any surface, I still prefer a high quality wax on the fiberglass.
My tow vehicle has some areas that the plastic has faded and this stuff really brings it back to life, nothing is forever, so I just keep applying when I see the fading start to return. It usually lasts a few months.
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I have also been pleased with it. I have used it on my tonneau cover on my truck and it made it look new (2yrs old). Appears to do very nice on the trailer.
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