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Old 10-24-2017, 01:49 PM   #1
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Which Aerospace 303 are you using on your tires?

The Aerospace 303 is highly recommended on this forum for tire (rubber) protection. So I went to Amazon to get some - there are 8 products in the 303 line for rubber. Which one is best/correct for tire protection?

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I use 30320. Didn't see that in your list.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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I've used the 30306 for a few years.
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Maybe it doesn't matter - as long as it is "Aerospace 303" with UV protection and intended for rubber. Perhaps I should just get the cheapest 303 on Amazon site.
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What do you apply it with? Spray only? Paper towel? Sponge?
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Most tire experts I have seen online or talked to recommend not dressing your tires with anything unless you just want the "look". Does nothing for protecting the tires. Just cover them when not rolling for an extended period of time and don't worry.
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What do you apply it with? Spray only? Paper towel? Sponge?


I apply 303 maybe 4 times a year by spraying it directly on the tires, and then a few mins later wiping off any excess with a towel. The tires still look like new on their 3rd year. It doesn't leave a shine - just a nice conditioned look, and it also provides UV protection against the sun.

My wife's 2012 Acadia dashboard is black and had developed a dull faded look. I used the 303 on it and I'm not kidding when I say it looks like it is brand new. That was maybe 6 months ago that I did that and it still looks great.

If you spray it on top of your Prime Rib Eye steak it adds a wonderful flavor also!!! Ok, just kidding about the steak part - don't do that.

In all seriousness though - in my experience it really is a great product that works well for it's intended use.
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Most tire experts I have seen online or talked to recommend not dressing your tires with anything unless you just want the "look". Does nothing for protecting the tires. Just cover them when not rolling for an extended period of time and don't worry.
303 Aerospace Protectant does protect your tires and has the side benefit of making them look great.

I used this product exclusively on all of my marine vinyls during the boating days. When I sold the last boat in 2006, the topside vinyls looked brand new (1998 model boat) and she sat in the South Florida sun for eight years.

It also has other applications on your RV....any rubber , vinyl or leather surface will be kept pliable and be protected from UV damage by this amazing product.

For the OP, just make sure you do not order/buy the products which protect things like acrylic fabrics or the cleaning and wax products.
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