303 Aerospace Protectant uses?

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  1. Gen5_EG

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    I've been reading a lot of good things about the 303 protectant. On all my previous vehicles, I've been using a lot of Armor All or that Formula 2000 vinyl and interior cleaner. I didn't know of other things out there and noticed that they would actually be oily and attract dust. I'll get around to looking for some 303 today when I go shopping, but what is the overall impression of the product and it's uses?

    Can I used this on headlights and taillights that are plastic as well??
     
  2. dr.zed

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    I've been using it for my interior for about 3 years now.

    Phenomenal stuff. Has a flat clean look to it, that doesn't feel oily or messy.

    Good stuff. Still on my same bottle. :-o
     
  3. justin30513

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    DO NOT use it on clear plastics.....use a wax or polish to clean and protect.
     
  4. exceldetail

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    Actually you can use it on just about everything. For clear plastics (And I wouldnt put it on convertible windows) spray on towel and wipe on surface, then buff dry. Adds a little insect/water protection.
     

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