Originally Posted by John B
I usually use 2 inch as it is easier to maneuver around things but nothing wrong with 4 inch. I also strongly recommend getting the primer for it as it makes the bond real good. As was stated clean real good and if realitively smooth and clean do it to it. I too have found Bestmaterials to be the good price & service company to deal with. When we get our new unit that is the first thing to be done in the spring to go over all critical areas with Ebond. I also am going to go over all decals with 303 protectant as that keeps them like new when used a couple of times a year.. IMHO Jb
John, I have been using 303 for at least 14 years. I use it mostly on my tires, sealsand the awnings, but I've never tried using it on my decals. Have you done that in the past for a number of years with good results? I am always looking for a good way to preserve the decals as that has always been a problem on all the RV's I have owned. A couple of good waxings a year seems to extend the years that they look good. But after 5 or 6 years, no matter how well maintained they start to fade and or peel. On average I keep my RV's 7-10 years so I get to watch them fade.
If 303 is the fix, I am ready to start doing it. On the other hand I don't want to find out 4 or 5 years down the road that it was a big mistake. So I'm looking for some long term experience with it on decals.