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Old 09-16-2012, 03:02 AM   #1
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Anyone here use any Protect All products on their rigs?
http://www.protectall.com/rv.aspx

I have heard high praises of this product on other sites but have not been able to find any info here?
Can we use this on our Crossroads Rigs? Looks like this would be great for the Big Brown Cap on the Reserves.

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Old 09-16-2012, 03:20 AM   #2
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I have used it in the past and still have an almost full bottle in the garage. I have been using 303 Aerospace Protectant for years on our trucks, boats and RV's and found it easier to use over the Protect All.
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Where do you buy the 303 aerospace protectant? Do you have any tricks or Idea's to share on using this product?

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Steven, I usually buy it by the gallon and pour it into a quart size spray bottle. When I start to get low I just do an internet search to find the best price on it. Just spray it on and wipe off. The last time I bought a gallon was a Camping World. They had it on sale at the best price when I needed more.
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Just curious what makes it easier? Seems like the same sort of product to me?
Spray on Wipe off.
I am all for the easiest solution....

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Old 09-16-2012, 06:57 AM   #6
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You can also get 303 Aerospace Protectant at Camping World, West Marine and some WalMarts.
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To me the Protect All is less forgiving than the 303. If you are using the Protect All on an exterior surface you need to get it wiped off as soon as you put it on or it has a tendency to streak. At least that has been my experience with it. On rubber and plastic it is fine.
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I agree with Keith. I got a trial size bottle of 303 with my truck's Roll N Lock bed cover. The stuff goes on easy and wipes off nicely.
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Keith,
Do you wash the RV before using the 303 or is it a cleaner too? Just wondering.

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It is not a cleaner so the RV would need to be washed and dried first.
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