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Old 04-22-2013, 07:45 PM   #1
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Installed new exterior stove hood vent and cargo door latches.

Hi all,
My 2011 Coachman already has fading plastic on the exterior. The polar white had turned yellow on the stove vent hood and the cargo door latches. Here are some pics of the new items installed with me holding the old ones next to them. Cheap and look like new again.
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Looks alot better! I always coat all my exterior plastic parts with Aerospace 303 to help minimize yellowing.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:58 AM   #3
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Looks alot better! I always coat all my exterior plastic parts with Aerospace 303 to help minimize yellowing.
Wiscampsin,
Thank you.
I have heard a lot of good things about that 303 spray. That would be great if it stops the yellowing. Is it like armor-all?
Where do you buy yours?
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You can get it on Amazon, I get mine from a local True Value hardware store. Be prepared, it ain't cheap. But then good stuff usually isn't. I also use it on my slide seals twice a year, tires, roof vent & AC covers, etc. Better protection than Armor-all and not as greasy.

303 link: 303 Products are the leading line of premium protectants and cleaners on the market today
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