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post #1 of 11 Old June 8th, 2010, 10:50 PM Thread Starter
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303 AeroSpace Protectant

Thoese of you that use it, how do you apply it to vinyl on the exterior? Like a Front End Cover

I got some, but I am not 100% sure on how to apply it so it protects the exterior vinyl and rubber.



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I of course wash the area first then dry after. I then apply it to a clean microfiber towel or microfiber pad (I dont spray it on the surface) then make about two passes over the area with a little pressure but not much it provides great protection and a brand new look. I have even used it on my tires with a tire foam applicator pad it leaves them with a natural shine not the horrible greasy look also without any dirt sticking to them and it lasts a while

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After talking to some detailer's and reading the back of the bottle, for exterior vinyl like a car bra you should spray it on and wipe it dry instantly. For natural and synthetic rubber you are suppose to let it cure for 5mins then dry.



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when I have used it, it seems to dry up on its own fairly quickly since I dont overload it, it doesn't leave any residue at all. But next time ill go back and wipe the area after 5 minutes

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I only use it on my convertible top. I spray it on, and then wipe it off.


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I spray directly on the vert top then wipe.. for the black trim I spray on cheap MF then apply it... unless it's a big piece (like my nerf bars) then I just coat them and wipe the excess



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I know im off topic but YeloPony i greatly apprectiate the link you have to help support Marines. I myself am a U.S. Marine and have lots of friends that have been deployed and some seriously injured.


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For trim applications apply it to a MF applicator, not towel. Spray a minimal amount to the area and then spread it around. let it air dry. 2-3 coats in pretty normal for a good overall, even look.
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I just order a 32 oz bottle, and I got the fabric protectant.. hoping it will be good on the Corbeau microsuede..



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