I have yet to find another product that provides as much protection for your water gear and boat, as 303 Protectant. For years now, I have been using 303 Aerospace Marine & Recreation Protectant to keep my client’s and my boat’s sails, seats, sails, windows and hull clean and colorful. 303 Aerospace Protectant’s marine product is a premium formulated protectant that is specifically designed to protect boats and marine equipment from the harmful effects of constant exposure to the sun’s damaging UV rays. In addition to using 303 Protectant for boats, it is also safe to use on outdoor apparel and gear, as well.
303 Protectant Applications
To use 303 Protectant for boats, you simply spray the product on and then wipe it dry with a soft cloth to restore luster and color, prevent fading in harsh marine climates and conditions, and repel nearly all stains. I have found that 303 Aerospace Marine & Recreation Protectant also helps to keep my fishing tackle & gear clean. One of my readers uses 303 Protectant for boats to keep his inflatable boats from being able to stick together while in storage. Perhaps best of all is that 303 Aerospace Marine & Recreation Protectant is completely free of grease-producing petroleum and silicone oils. This means that the 303 product can be used on all of your outdoor items and materials, such as fiberglass, rubber, and vinyl.
After having used nearly every other product on the market, I can tell you hands down that 303 Protectant for boats works better than anything else at beautifying and preserving your boat. It truly does keep your outdoor equipment and boat shining like new year after year.
How To Apply 303 Aerospace Marine & Recreation Protectant
First of all, you need to start with a clean surface. I recommend that you use 303 Multi-Surface Cleaner. Use a drop cloth to place under the surface area which you are treating, in order to catch any drips or overspray. Next, being sure not to be in direct sunlight, lightly spray the surface with 303 Marine Protectant. After this, gently wipe the area completely dry. You’ll know if you’ve used too much, if you are left with streaks. You can remove any excess product by using a wet towel. Since the product does not air dry, it’s important that you thoroughly remove the excess. From my experience, a little extra time spent buffing with a microfiber cloth tends to help the product bond with the surface, and makes it last longer. I like to re-apply 303 about every 3-5 weeks, in order to maintain maximum UV protection.
The manufacturer, Gold Eagle, did a truly fantastic job with the 303 product line. After 20 years in the detailing business, 303 Protectant is the only products that I will use. Trust me, I have use every other detailing product out there. Nothing compares to the versatility and results that you will get from 303 Protectant.
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