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Old 09-30-2011, 01:22 AM   #15
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I do not use wax and have not for almost 20 years. 303 protectant is all I use for the whole coach including the roof.
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Do you use the 303 on the fiberglass? How does the fiberglass and decals hold up??
I used it on the rubber / vinyl and roof. Love that stuff - a little pricey but worth it. I would imagine this would protect decals and whatnot from sun fade..
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Old 09-30-2011, 07:20 AM   #16
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Do you use the 303 on the fiberglass? How does the fiberglass and decals hold up??
I used it on the rubber / vinyl and roof. Love that stuff - a little pricey but worth it. I would imagine this would protect decals and whatnot from sun fade..
Yes I use 303 on just about everything. Previous coach had fiberglass roof and decals along with diamond shield on the front cap. It was 11 years old when we sold it and all were in exelent condition. Best UV protectant I have found. DWs 1993 Explorer Sport still looks like new and has never been waxed, just 303.
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Old 10-01-2011, 09:31 AM   #17
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Yes I use 303 on just about everything. Previous coach had fiberglass roof and decals along with diamond shield on the front cap. It was 11 years old when we sold it and all were in exelent condition. Best UV protectant I have found. DWs 1993 Explorer Sport still looks like new and has never been waxed, just 303.
Thanks AZ Bound,
No buffing!! I Love it!!
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Thanks for the input. You can probably tell I'm ready to do this task again... before heading south. One might say I'm procrastinating. Seems to get tougher to do every year. Oh well, be thankful for the times I still can I guess.
I will reform my plan this time and incorperate both of your plans. Wipe it up as I clean, and then use the 303 overall. I do admit, it sounds easier, without the extra concerns and work I've been causing. Wish me luck... and thanks again, Roger
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