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post #1 of 11 Old 03-12-2012, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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303 Aerospace Protectant On Tires

Used it for the last year on the interior and loved it, read the post/research on use for tires and decided to give it a whirl. This after I etched a nice crescent pattern on the concrete driveway that will forever be lighter than its surroundings by using another product that dare not speak its name...but I digress.

I followed directions...spray on, wipe off overspray on rims and let dry wiping off excess after 5 min. The picture shows a small treated area I did Sat that has two daily driver trips on it. No high gloss shine but well over matte and just what I was looking for.

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I would recommend using this:


I have used 303 many times and it doesn't seem to last very long at all... Try this stuff out and let me know how you like it. It repels the water better than 303 and protects much better as well.


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yeah, 303 won't last and is a bit expensive...try the PERL and another good one is stoner's More shine.


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I've used 303 on my tires occasionally when I'm out of any other type of tireshine. It does look good, but like everyone else said, it doesn't last very long.
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yeah, 303 won't last and is a bit expensive...try the PERL and another good one is stoner's More shine.
I forgot about the Stoners More Shine. I use that on the daily driver and it gives a wonderful shine and doesn't sling.

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i use 303 on my interior and love it .. i purchased black fire tire and wheel cleaner... thinking it was tire shine ..it wasnt but it cleans the tire and rim very clean

i use black magic or meguiars on my tire shine.. i work next to a car wash that carries it so its a easy pick up for me

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the BF tire cleaner actually works well and keeps the tire looking showroom stock. Not glossy but like new. I use it about every 5th time I put on the stoners to clear it all off and start fresh...


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Ordered the PERL which should arrive this week. Did some research on the product on other sites and I'm pretty pumped. Once this pollen clams down I'm going to do a full detail so I'll snap pictures and post them.

Appreciate the suggestion and assistance....probably saved me some $$$ judging by the number of products I have to buy/try before I find the right thing.
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Ordered the PERL which should arrive this week. Did some research on the product on other sites and I'm pretty pumped. Once this pollen clams down I'm going to do a full detail so I'll snap pictures and post them.

Appreciate the suggestion and assistance....probably saved me some $$$ judging by the number of products I have to buy/try before I find the right thing.
You will love the perl. If applied right, it will last a while.
And here is another great review on it if you were still hesitant... haha

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Finally used the PERL and wow----FANTASTIC! This stuff is awesome and seems to hold up pretty well. I'll post after a few washes.

Of note....un-diluted on tires and 1:3 for external plastics worked perfect as the label said. I had to go back and hit the exterior plastics a few times to get it to build up right but that is only because I had not treated it since last year. Took the haze off and brought it back to stock. Again, more posts once I get a few washes in.

I'm considering using it on my interior and leather in place of the 303 Aerospace and Lexol which would take it down to one product diluted at different levels.

Anyone ever use it for interior? Here are a few pics.
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Finally used the PERL and wow----FANTASTIC! This stuff is awesome and seems to hold up pretty well. I'll post after a few washes.

Of note....un-diluted on tires and 1:3 for external plastics worked perfect as the label said. I had to go back and hit the exterior plastics a few times to get it to build up right but that is only because I had not treated it since last year. Took the haze off and brought it back to stock. Again, more posts once I get a few washes in.

I'm considering using it on my interior and leather in place of the 303 Aerospace and Lexol which would take it down to one product diluted at different levels.

Anyone ever use it for interior? Here are a few pics.
Go ahead and use it full strength on everything except the interior plastics. In Florida we have so much sun and heat, it helps to have something that protects as well as PERL. SO full strength it up!

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