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303 Products 30306 Marine & Recreation Aerospace Protectant - 32 oz.
Powerful UV blockers prevent fading, cracking and premature agingDries to a clear matte finishRestores lost color and lusterEasy to use: Simply spray on and wipe drySafe and effective for: vinyl, Plexiglas, carbon fiber, rubber, plastics and finished leatherFit type: Universal Fit
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u/hotshot8473 · 27 pointsr/MechanicAdvice

Here's the /r/autodetailing answer for you:

  • Pretty much everything in there is plastic. Literally everything. Don't stress too much about the materials, you'll know the difference.

  • Wipe down most things with a damp microfiber cloth, this will get 99% of it

  • If water won't get it clean, use an automotive all purpose cleaner and a microfiber towel

  • Use a glass cleaner without ammonia (like Invisible Glass) to wipe down the glass and mirrors. Ammonia, like found in normal Windex, can cause issues with window tint.

  • If you're going the extra mile, use a product like 303 Aerospace Protectant to give the plastic a little UV protection.

  • If you want to really get into this, join us at /r/autodetailing and check out Larry's video about interior detailing on YouTube
u/bmwe30is · 11 pointsr/everymanshouldknow

That cooking spray on your door seals is going to ruin the car as well.

Use a proper rubber treatment instead like this stuff:

u/581087 · 9 pointsr/AutoDetailing

I'd try some type of glossy interior detailer. It will cover it up and possibly restore some of the oils back into the plastic.


This is good stuff.


If it's painted, you might be out of luck. It looks like bare plastic in the pic but I just saw you comment about taking the paint off.

u/Crowing77 · 7 pointsr/subaru

I'd recommend giving it a regular spray of 303 Aerospace UV Protectant. Seems to do pretty well at keeping black plastic and trim from breaking down and getting ugly.

u/Semyonov · 6 pointsr/pics

Seriously, Armor-All is the worst product.

Use this instead.

u/FluxChiller · 6 pointsr/ActionFigures

I have this toy, its definitely one of my crown jewels/favorite out of my collection, OPs picture leaves a bit to be desired in the posing and environment department, but it is truly impressive. If you do decide to go after it it, there are two versions - the 2nd release with "sound" is the one you want. The first release is less detailed and had defective rubber. Even if you do have/get the newer release I highly recommend a yearly treatment of "303 aerospace protectant" on all the rubber parts of this, particularly the head/dome.

u/RugerRedhawk · 6 pointsr/BuyItForLife

We love our popup, it's a 2001 Flagstaff that is only a couple years old to us, but was well cared for by the previous owners. I live up north so keeping food out of it so mice aren't lured in in the winter is a big priority up here.

Really there isn't much to keeping them nice. If you are able to keep it stored out of the weather when you're not camping with it, that will really help it hold up longer. If you ever have to pack up while the canvas is damp or wet be sure to pop it back up to dry fully when you get home. I would also use something like 303 protectant to cover the solid vinyl portions of the tent if you have that material.

We pretty much never eat in ours and never cook in ours. It's so much easier to cook and eat outside and it keeps food from getting on cushions and prevents crumbs from luring in mice like I stated above.

It sounds like you plan on camping mostly with power based on your AC requirement, if you will be at more primitive sites every be sure you have a good battery. If you were serious about getting the most out of your battery you'd want to switch to LED lights and install dual 6v batteries. is a useful resource.

u/Nalortebi · 5 pointsr/Cartalk

Something like this for the leather works good, use it on my car periodically. Also something like this for the plastic trim, and you're all set.

u/AnAvidGolfer · 5 pointsr/steelers

As a fellow Steeler fan in Texas (with a Terrible Towel near my office window), I sprayed a heavy coating of this on it. Seems to be holding up just fine.

u/zerostyle · 5 pointsr/personalfinance

Have you done the previous maintenance intervals? i.e. fluid flushes (transmission, coolant, brake fluid, spark plugs)? Recommend using DOT 5.1 brake fluid, and long life coolant/trans fluid.

Not sure on the civic, but if it uses a timing chain (which it probably does) it's probably due for an adjustment. If it uses a belt you need to change that ASAP. Honda lists their belt replacement at 7 years or 110k miles, whichever comes first.

Might be a good time to replace the battery before it leaves you stranded.

For other minor things, I would:

u/ghatid · 5 pointsr/MechanicAdvice

I use Kroil because I bought 2 cans when they were on sale...seems to work really well, no complaints. But same idea.

Also, I find having some silicone spray lubricant is handy to keep around. Whenever something is frictiony, I give it a spray. There might be something better than it, but it's worked well for me.

3rdly, I like to have a good plastic cleaner/conditioner. Keeps plastics looking pretty inside and out:

Lastly, I use Folex for all my carpet/upholstery cleaning needs. It is amazing...Price has been going up recently though:(. I hate that I'm only 28 and I've watched the price of gas/milk/eggs/paint/engine oil/etc more than quadruple in my short life...I don't know how I'm going to handle being 50-60-70...gonna complain so much.

u/What-fresh-hell · 5 pointsr/hottoys

If you straighten the arm out (and keep it straight for a week) about once a month you should be good. Also try this stuff to preserve rubber skin and keep it moisturized:

u/AndroidJeep · 4 pointsr/Jeep

The only thing I can help with is floor mats. Get WeatherTech floor mats. They fit the best and hold a ton of water/mud/whatever. Use some 303 Protectant on them and they will look brand new for a very long time.

303 protectant is also excellent for your dash and any interior plastic. It's like sunscreen for your interior and won't dry out your dash like armor all or other petroleum based protectants. Also doesn't leave a super glossy finish like armor all, that just attracts dust right after you put it on.

u/seeker1938 · 4 pointsr/AutoDetailing

On Amazon, there are two : This one w/o UV Protection


And one with:


Which one do you all prefer???

u/not_milby · 3 pointsr/boating

303 Aerospace Protectant, I use it on everything

u/Ramrawd · 3 pointsr/XVcrosstrek

This is what I use. It leaves a pleasant shine but is not overly greasy like armorall wipes. Seems to last forever too. Added benefit of protecting your dash from UV rays. It's a little expensive but a bottle will last you forever. You need like 4 or 5 squirts to do the whole dash.

u/SofiaIchiban · 3 pointsr/f150

303 aerospace protectant restores the gloss. I used it on the black plastic on my 2018 xlt.

303 (30306) Aerospace Protectant, UV Protectant for Boats and Patio Furniture, 32 fl. Oz(package may vary)

u/gallonoffuel · 2 pointsr/Trucks

That should treat your tonneau 3 or 4 times.

u/Blindbatts · 2 pointsr/AutoDetailing

303 is just what it's called.

u/Yowzz · 2 pointsr/Miata

Thanks for that tip.
The 32oz. spray bottle is cheaper than the 16oz. on amazon.

u/HuggyBear79 · 2 pointsr/Silverado

A buddy of mine uses this he says its really good he applies it every few months or so

u/Rocketman999 · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I use the 303 Aerospace spray on mine. They still look a little worn right where my heels rest, but otherwise look pretty new.

u/WordOfRabbit · 2 pointsr/Jeep

I personally don't like hard-tops so I've never had to maintain them myself, but I hear this stuff works absolute miracles on rubber & fiberglass.

303 Aerospace Protectant

u/OrangeYouExcited · 2 pointsr/SubaruForester

Look, if you want to get rid of it, while protecting your car at the same time, get some 303 Aerospace protectant it will restore finish and protect your panels from the sun. Great stuff.

u/bonecom · 2 pointsr/AutoDetailing

I have been using THIS for my interior (dashboard and door panels). So far I am liking it.

I heard positive reviews of 303 Spray

Which one do you recommend? Or is there any product more best bang for my buck?

Thank you!

u/jasonsowder · 2 pointsr/RVLiving

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303 (30306) Aerospace Protectant,...

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These are fun but not a requirement:

MPOWERD Luci Solar String Lights

MPOWERD 1004-005-001-002 Luci Lux...

Again not a necessity but I like it, keeps your water house pointed down not out

The Everything Candida Diet Book:...

Love this because depending on where you are, it’s really nice to have an extra water source for washing things and keeping dust down on the road

2wayz All Metal Body Garden Hose Splitter. Newly Upgraded (2017): 100% Secured, Bolted & Threaded. Easy Grip, Smooth Long Handles y Valve

u/Daamus · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

what is the difference between that one and this 303 ?

u/wintyfresh · 1 pointr/Toyota

[303 Products Aerospace Protectant] (, a damp rag won't protect it from the sun.

u/hippocratic_oaf · 1 pointr/everymanshouldknow

I'm planning to write a post in the interior soon but for now...

The first step is to give everything a really good going over with a vacuum. This is where you need to spend most of your time. Almost everything that's not leather can be cleaned with an All Purpose Cleaner (UK link and US link):
Spray it on, agitate with a brush (ordinary paint brush will do). Then...

If it's fabric - vacuum with a wet-dry vac (use a cloth if you don't have one)
If it's trim - wipe dry with a microfibre (UK link and US link)

To protect things I really like 303 Aerospace Protectant... it protects against fading caused by UV radiation (UK link and US link)

Leather is a different kettle of fish and you need to use a cleaner then a conditioner (UK link and US link)

u/DaPanda13 · 1 pointr/Porsche

I use Aerospace 303 . I've seen some stores carry them but I order mine online.

I use it for my interior leather and plastic bits with Microfiber towels and exterior with a few sprays into the wash bucket. I also apply on my door/window seals to prevent doors from freezing up during the winter.

I've heard some stories of this being true so take it with a grain of salt. I don't live in a city where it will freeze up too often, but I apply it during the winter anyways to just be safe.

u/iresolve · 1 pointr/klr650

This is one product I’d use:

303 (30306) Aerospace Protectant, UV Protectant for Boats and Patio Furniture, 32 fl. Oz(package may vary)

Heard it works well on car interiors in addition to tonneau covers for trucks.

UV exposure is what really impacted the fabric more than anything. I’ve got a different product I use on the rainfly for both my tent and hammock made by nikwax.

u/BlueContigo · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

Any idea how that compares to something like 303 Aerospace? That's my go to for any trim/vinyl.

u/taiguy · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Does amazon ship to you?


u/phineas1134 · 1 pointr/boating

Looking good! Nice work! Now that you've got them nice and clean be sure to give them a generous coat of protectant. I have been extremely pleased with 303 UV Protectant. It will not only give the pads a great shine, but it also will protect them from UV and hinder future mildew growth.

u/movesIikejagger · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

Is your bedliner exposed to the sun? If so I would recommend a UV resistant product for it.

Such as 303 Aerospace. This can be bought in a very large volume, from Amazon, as well.

u/G-wow · 1 pointr/infiniti

I've had my '12 for 3 years now. No issues at all, in Chicago. Something to reduce the chance of the dash cracking I use 303 sun protectant, it can be applied to almost any interior surface.

Aside from the CSC failure which is shared between the 370Z/G37 and 350(?), it's common to do a csc delete, multiple companies make the kit.

u/Satansbigsausage · 1 pointr/Kayaking

303 is a UV protection product for use on marine equipment and aircraft. Regularly coating inflatables with it after periods of heavy use is a good way to prolong the life of the product.

u/jn46 · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

For leather, regular 303 Aerospace Protectant actually works great. I've gotten numerous comments about how well my leather has held up, and I attribute it to this.

I also do a yearly deep clean, and somewhat regularly wipe down with plain water. It may not be a "sealant", but it lasts quite a long time.

u/zx666r · 1 pointr/BMW

Nice! May keep an eye on them to make sure they don't start fading. I know some of the micro-suede fabrics like to do that. I actually sprayed down (lightly) my alcantara to help prevent fading with this stuff

u/x_ZappBrannigan_x · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

Oh I see, I thought you meant exterior stripping. I apologize. Here is the link for 303. I use the gallon and distribute in spray bottles but for personal use that spray bottle will last quite some time.

u/Mr_Face · 1 pointr/subaru
u/digital_parts_guy · 1 pointr/subaru

Look into 303 Aerospace to protect the synthetic leather and vinyl dashboard.

u/420throwawayz · 0 pointsr/Justrolledintotheshop

ew dude.

Let me introduce you to the solution to cracked dashes.