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Old 09-23-2013, 12:42 PM   #1
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303 Aerospace: slide gaskets?

Does the 303 Aerospace protectant work well on the slideout gaskets, or is it more effective to use the sprays that are made specifically for the purpose of keeping those gaskets supple?

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Still hoping for some advice. Thanks.
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Does the 303 Aerospace protectant work well on the slideout gaskets, or is it more effective to use the sprays that are made specifically for the purpose of keeping those gaskets supple?
Never employed 303 for the aforementioned gaskets. The foamy stuff is ok but dissipates pretty fast. I've had good success using JIG-A-LOO, a silicone based product that keeps the seals nice a supple and eliminates any and all squeaks.
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Does the 303 Aerospace protectant work well on the slideout gaskets, or is it more effective to use the sprays that are made specifically for the purpose of keeping those gaskets supple?

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I use it (303) on our seals and door & window trim. Youroo!!
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