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303 MARINE / RECREATION AEROSPACE PROTECTANT

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Overview

Use 303® Marine & Recreation Aerospace Protectant™ to keep your boat’s seats, sails, hull and windows colorful and clean. Aerospace’s marine formula is a premium protectant designed to safeguard boats and boat equipment against the damaging effects of daily exposure to UV rays.

It’s safe for use on outdoor gear and apparel too. Simply spray on and wipe dry to restore color and luster, repel stains from suntan oil and prevent fading even in the harshest marine conditions and sunniest climates. Aerospace Protectant will even help keep fishing gear clean and prevent inflatable boats from sticking together during storage.

Benefits

  • Use on vinyl awnings to keep them from fading and cracking
  • Spray on tires to make them look new without the greasy film
  • Powerful UV blockers prevent fading, cracking and premature aging
  • Dries to a clear matte finish
  • Restores lost color and luster
  • Easy to use spray on and wipe dry
  • Safe for vinyl, Plexiglas, carbon fiber, rubber, plastics and finished leather

Reviews

I use this product on my car. It does a great job protecting plastic and rubber. It gives a nice medium gloss. Does not have over powering sent. Easy to use. You can either spray directly on the surface or use a microfiber towel. I also use it on the tires. Amazing results.

Regine
April 28, 2021

This product is easy to apply and leaves a smooth protective UV coating that repels dirt and water spotting. Its so good at nothing sticking, it could be renamed Trump.

Doug E
July 10, 2020

Good for protecting your Alaska Bush Wheels or other tires from the harmful UV. If you keep you airplane outside lots I high recommend this product to add additional life to your tires.

Jared C
August 27, 2018

Q&A

Q: Is this product safe on fiberglass? (considering for my canoe. :)

Yes, this is safe on fiberglass.