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Old 06-23-2018, 10:28 AM   #1
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303 Protection? ....

Hi everyone. I've been reading a lot on these forums about 'protection'. I've used a product called Protect All Rubber Roof Cleaner with fairly good results on my rubber roof. A bit of elbow grease but is the best I've found so far. Also, they have a Black Streak remover that I've also used with good results on the sides of my trailer. Now, to help protect the sides of the trailer after all this work I've used a product called Rejex. Great stuff so far. But I'm interested in another product called 303 Outdoor UV Protection. Anyone have any opinions about this one? I've heard good things just don't know where to purchase it. I'm Canadian and we are down in Washington as we speak for a little R & R lol. Any info about this product would be greatly appreciated and any other advice on cleaners and protectors also appreciated. Cleaning and maintaining is never ending, I'm sure you'll all agree!
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Protection....

I looked up 303 once for the tires. Seemed pretty expensive. I think I found it on Amazon or the WM site. If you have the time, WM will ship to a local store, Amazon will ship to a package store such as UPS.
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I've never used 303 but I've seen lots of positive comments on here from people that do. I plan to try it on my tires as they look awful!
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Well not much response but a lot of reads of the thread. Maybe you guys thinking of something else in the headline lol.....anyways I'm excited. I located some 303 at O'Reilly Auto Parts today. Going to use it next week when I get home. Thanks to MSHappyCampers and TwelveVolt.
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I read about the 303 and have considered trying it out. I hope it works well for you!
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Works good....use it also on slide seals.....can get it thru Amazon
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Hi everyone. I've been reading a lot on these forums about 'protection'. I've used a product called Protect All Rubber Roof Cleaner with fairly good results on my rubber roof. A bit of elbow grease but is the best I've found so far. Also, they have a Black Streak remover that I've also used with good results on the sides of my trailer. Now, to help protect the sides of the trailer after all this work I've used a product called Rejex. Great stuff so far. But I'm interested in another product called 303 Outdoor UV Protection. Anyone have any opinions about this one? I've heard good things just don't know where to purchase it. I'm Canadian and we are down in Washington as we speak for a little R & R lol. Any info about this product would be greatly appreciated and any other advice on cleaners and protectors also appreciated. Cleaning and maintaining is never ending, I'm sure you'll all agree!
You have an Outdoor MFG RV as do I. My owner's manual says use 303 which you can get on Amazon as do I.

Read the directions for 303.
https://www.goldeagle.com/product/30...ce-protectant/
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Thanks all. Will see what happens next week.

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You have an Outdoor MFG RV as do I. My owner's manual says use 303 which you can get on Amazon as do I.

Read the directions for 303.
https://www.goldeagle.com/product/30...ce-protectant/
Wow, didn't know that. Thx dexters.
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If you are in B.C. you can get 303 at Lordco Auto parts

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You should use it on your Diamondshield too
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If you are in B.C. you can get 303 at Lordco Auto parts

Really?!....I have an account there too lol.
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You should use it on your Diamondshield too
harleyjt, You mean the aluminum checker plate on the front of my rv?
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After using Rejex I think you will be disappointed with 303. It doesn't last as long as Rejex.
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Rejex and Protectant 303 are two different animals for different applications. I use Rejex on my front cap, but use 303 on my decals and tires.

My rig was 12 years old when I got it, and I started using 303 on the decals right after purchase. The decals look pretty much as they did when I bought it, and I live in Mesa, AZ. That's a pretty good recommendation on it's ability to preserve whatever you use it on. 303 is also easier to apply than Rejex.
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