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32oz. 303 Products Aerospace UV Protectant Vinyl/Plastic Spray EXPIRED

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This product keeps vinyl, rubber & plastic looking newer and longer. Also, helps prevent fading, cracking, repels dust, lint & stains + restores color & luster. Product is non toxic and water base - Discombobulated

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Please provide facts to support your position. Or is it just your opinion?
Have you ever used it?

Is there something better you would recommend?

Are you an auto detailer?
Chemical engineer who works in this field?

Cause while claims can and usually are over-inflated for selling . . . I've read on numerous car forums that this product is highly regarded. And that the last thing these car enthusiasts would use is that other product that starts with "A"

And I use the product and think highly of it, SO change my mind. I'm open to suggestions.
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Amazon says i bought this in september. must be sitting in my garage somewhere and i totally forgot about it. aging sucks. Maybe I need to spray myself so i can live forever.
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I'm not a professional detailer, but I have done quite a bit of research, talked with professional detailers, and was trained as a detailer for a summer job in high school.
I have used lots of different products and sometimes buy products just to test them against my tried and true products.
Armor All is not something I would even consider giving as a gift. Anyone can go to just about any store and pick it off the shelf. It's cheap, and you can tell when using it. It also leaves a semi-glossy or glossy sheen that attracts dust.
303 is a vastly superior product in every way possible. Try it for yourself and see.
If you want to step up again from 303, give CarPro Perl a try. It is a "pro" product and you have to buy separate spray bottles and mix it with distilled water yourself to get the right mixture, but, it is easy to work with and leaves an even better matte finish IMHO
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can be used as headlight sealer after buffing looks like
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Excellent product that gives a natural sheen to interior parts.

I use this very liberally all over the interior and exterior plastic on my truck and car. I usually spray down my tonneau cover with this also to keep it from fading (the product is actually endorsed by the manufacturer Bakflip in the care instructions)

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$10.08
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What's the street price on this?
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Overrated crap. No better than Armor All.
Is it though? It has been claimed to make parts last forever, including car tires!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD8WFiDGx4Q
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Is it though? It has been claimed to make parts last forever, including car tires!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD8WFiDGx4Q
That's silly. Sure it can make some things last longer but forever tires is not happening with a damn spray
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That's silly. Sure it can make some things last longer but forever tires is not happening with a damn spray
May be...but seems like there's lots of stories out there from people saying that this does indeed work.
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Overrated crap. No better than Armor All.
Please provide facts to support your position. Or is it just your opinion?
Have you ever used it?

Is there something better you would recommend?

Are you an auto detailer?
Chemical engineer who works in this field?

Cause while claims can and usually are over-inflated for selling . . . I've read on numerous car forums that this product is highly regarded. And that the last thing these car enthusiasts would use is that other product that starts with "A"

And I use the product and think highly of it, SO change my mind. I'm open to suggestions.
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This is indeed an excellent product. I use this all the time.
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Overrated crap. No better than Armor All.
Armor All has been know to suck the life out of materials... And generally show its ugly side after time.

Its like makeup without moisturizers and proper UV protection...You'll look better until it wears off...IMO
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Is there something better you would recommend?... I'm open to suggestions.
I bought a gallon of Vinylex by Lexol a few years back and like it very much.

I like Lexol's leather products (which was my first experience with that brand), and figured after some research the Vinylex would perform as well.

I'm sure there are many great products including this one... Which is big in the marine department (lot of sun there).
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