303 Aerospace Protectant Question

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Ballast, Sep 3, 2004.

  1. Ballast

    Ballast Cold Heartless Bastard

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    I know I can use this stuff on door seals and vinyl. But it also lists plastic. Is this stuff safe to use on my bumper?

    Does anyone here use it for this purpose? I can never get my bumpers (painted same colour as the car) to look as good as the rest of my paint.
     
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    Priest Tango Custom User Tits

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    plastic != paint


    duh!!
     
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    I wouldn't use it if it was a painted plastic bumper. Treat painted plastic the same way you would pained metal.
     
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    Ballast Cold Heartless Bastard

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    That's what i've been doing, but it never looks as good as the rest of my body work.
    The stuff did an amazing job on my lawn funiture!
     
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    You can use 303 on pretty much anything. It will streak on chrome, paint, windows, etc, but just let it dry for 10-15 mins, buff away and you have protection.

    It is my go to dressing/protectant for rubber, vinyl, plastic.
     

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