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Old 05-17-2015, 04:22 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by WFD View Post
Unfortunately you won't know for sure till a few years from now if they dry out from wax. I hear ya....some say they wax over without problems, others have had to replace decals. I suppose it depends where you live, southern climate vs northern. To be on the safe side I decided to avoid waxing the decals. Now obviously some does get on the edges of them as I wax the void areas between the decals..I figure it wont be a huge deal if a bit gets on them.
What I have done after reading many posts in here, is I bought a bottle of Aerospace 303, and use that on decals as well as on rubber parts around windows,etc. It really does seem to live up to all the praise it gets. Best price seems to be on Amazon, it's very difficult to find elsewhere. People claim to use it on tires as well. It's a very good UV protectant.
I have also heard Aerospace 303 is good stuff and was considering trying it. I read the bottles instructions and it said you need to reapply every 3 to 5 weeks. Have you found that necessary?

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