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Old 08-24-2017, 08:41 PM   #1
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does anyone regularly condition slide seals, wipers, storage bay seals, etc, with 303, or other product?
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Yes, about every 60 days. I also do the tires
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Old 08-24-2017, 09:08 PM   #3
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I only do the slide seals with 303 since UV should not be a problem with your door seals. I also do the tires after a wash.
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Newmar suggests baby powder on slide out rubber seals to prevent sticking. Any thoughts on this, versus 303?
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That's been change to the 303 much easier.
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Question: i recently called Michelin to ask if there was any product that is approved for application to the tires. The answer was specifically NO. Have any of you that apply 303 to your tires had sidewall cracking?
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Question: i recently called Michelin to ask if there was any product that is approved for application to the tires. The answer was specifically NO. Have any of you that apply 303 to your tires had sidewall cracking?
Not yet and it makes the tires look good also.
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I only do the slide seals with 303 since UV should not be a problem with your door seals. I also do the tires after a wash.


Is 303 safe to use on slide-out awnings?
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They have Awning cleaners and protectorate just for the awnings I would use them.
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They have Awning cleaners and protectorate just for the awnings I would use them.


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