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Old 08-04-2015, 10:30 PM   #1
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I have a new Silverback 29RE, and would like to protect the paint/decals/roof, etc. After reading good things about the 303 Aerospace, I decided to use it, so I ordered a gallon from Amazon. ($43). Poured some in a spray bottle, grabbed a rag, and went to work. Dang but my shoulder is sore tonight, and I'm not half done.....
I've read the directions, and tried to follow them, but it's tough to keep a dry rag, when it keeps getting saturated. So I was wondering how you folks apply the 303. What is the best methods? An electric buffer? Elbow grease? Hire 6 illegals?

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Old 08-06-2015, 01:58 PM   #2
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Old 08-06-2015, 03:25 PM   #3
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My Pop used it all over his motor home. He used it on his decals, slide toppers, plastic trim and dash.
I just received my quart bottle from Amazon. I plan to use it on my hybrid's tent ends and decals. I've all seen folks that have used the product on vent lids and shower bubbles too.


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Old 08-06-2015, 03:36 PM   #4
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Do about a 3' by 3' section at a time and don't spray 303 on near as much as you would say window cleaner ... a little 303 goes a long ways. Yes, it is hard to not have streaks and yes if the dew runs down the front cap overnight before it totally dries you'll have to touch it up a bit the next morning. Microfiber towels help in wiping it down after you spray it on.
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Well I know where your coming from on this. I spray it on my tires and leave it I don't wile it off. I use it on my car dash and panels. I tried it on my decals but couldn't get the smears off so I left it. Other than that I have no other recommendations of use. I read it doesn't dry. I put it on my new truck interior dash and panels and they still look new.
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Thanks guys, I think I'm going to purchase a small buffer. Maybe that will help the shoulder strain a little.

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