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just got a $5.00 sample pack.
will let you all know what i think

I only found 2 or 3 past posts about this stuff.
anyone have any good or bad to say about it?

Free Samples
Free Large Size Samples
For just $5.00 Shipping and Handling you receive FREE 2oz. bottles each of three 303 Products.
  • 303 Aerospace Protectant
    The World's Most Protective, Longest-Lasting UV-Screening Protection for Vinyl, Rubber and Fiberglass, Plastics & Leather.
  • 303 Cleaner and Spot Remover
    New, Unique, Safe & Effective "Colloidal Action" Cleaner for vinyl, fabric and any water-safe material. Non-Toxic and Biodegradable.
  • 303 Shower Shield
    Long Lasting Protection for people that HATE cleaning the shower.
You'll Also Receive:
  • 303 Instant Windshield Washer Tablets
    One tablet makes 1 gallon of the best windshield washer cleaner you've ever used.
  • 303 Wiper Treatment
    Stops annoying smearing, skipping and chattering! Makes wiper blades work like new! And keeps snow and ice from sticking to treated blades. One applicator packet treats 2 - 3 wiper blades.
  • 303 Sonic Blast
    Repairs, Restores and Cleans Compact Discs, DVDs, Game Discs and More !
Plus!!! - 303's Full color illustrated easy to follow brochures; loaded with Tech Information and Product Literature, Care and Maintenance Type and Manufacturer recommendations.

Mail your check or money order for $5.00 to:
303 Products
Free Sample Kit
PO BOX 966
Palo Cedro, CA 96073
303 Supplies the samples; you only pay for the shipping and handling
Must be ordered by mail, available only in the Continental U.S.
No phone, Fax or E-Mail orders. No COD's. U.S. funds only.
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I see a couple professional detailers were using the aerospace stuff on Porsche trim so I'm thinking this is worth it.

I'm going for the shower shield myself!!
i am not a member there.^^^^
they saying good or bad?
i use the proectant and its great, dash still looks good over 2 months later with only a little bit of dust on it, i think im going to order the 5 dollar kit and try the rest there stuff.
I like 303 Aerospace. I use it on my tires, lowers and rubber seals around the windows and doors. I also used it on the plastic covers in my engine bay. It blackens them up without looking plasticky or fake. It claims to be a "protectant" as well. Unfortunately it doesnt last long and wears off fairly quickly.
I'll tune in.....let me know what you think Scott....been pondering getting the protectant stuff for tires and lower trim.
303 Protectant is "the real stuff". In my 30+ years of restoring old cars, it's the only thing that brought back lightly crazed rubber. Once you use it, you'll be sold. Try it on fabrics - e.g., the back of that headrest that sounds crackly from being in the sun...and it won't anymore. Believe it or not, we spray our garage door with it - and while our neighbors paint every other year, we just spray. There's supposedly even a procedure to 'coat' glazed fiberglass on RVs, boats, et al. While it's not cheap, it's more than worth it!! Once you get the oxidized rubber off the tires, it'll be good for them, but it will take the black oxidized powder off (and be messy) until it's gone. Great for the unpainted trim panels.
I love 303, it's great for trim and the dash. You do a few treatments to the window trim for instance, after and in between washes even if it doesn't need it, and then it lasts through 5-6 washes or more. The dash and console/radio area never looked better. Probably better than new. I've washed the car about 6 times now and I'm still waiting for the stock grill to need a touch up. I've been putting on my tires since new and now I only apply it every several washes. And since I got them saturated like the trim and grill, they never really need it anymore, I just put it on when I feel like it.
I love 303 on the dash and tires, it gives both a nice matte finish.

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