How To Protect The Exterior of Your RV

by RVing Al
(Everything About RVing)

303 Aerospace Protectant

303 Aerospace Protectant

I get this question a lot, so I figured that I would dedicate a page on my website to this topic. There are two steps you can take to insure that the exterior of your RV stays like new for as long as you own it.

The first way is to cover your RV when it is not in use. A good RV Covericon will help prevent damage from exposure to the elements. That being said, a lot of RVers use their RVs year round and need excellent protection when the RV is not covered.

Let me tell you about a product you can use on the exterior of your RV that will help protect it when you cannot cover it. The product is called 303 Aerospace Protectanticon. 303 Aerospace Protectanticon is really is like "SPF 40 Sunscreen for your RV".

Rather than waxing your RV You should 303 Protectant at least twice a year. Here are the benefits of using 303 Aerospace Protectanticon on your RV:

303 is THE LEADER in UV screening technology. Regular use gives 100% Prevention of UV caused slow-fade with regular use. No other "protectant" beautifies as intensely, protects as powerfully or lasts as long.

The World's Most Manufacturer-Recommended Product:
Because of its enduring cosmetic properties, the resistance of 303-treated surfaces to dust, soiling, and staining, its water repellency and unparalleled protective characteristics, manufacturers worldwide recommend 303 Aerospace Protectant.

303 Aerospace Protectant keeps UV-sensitive materials "like new" year after year.

303 Aerospace Protectanticon is not just for RVs it can be used on:

Rubber: Tires, neoprene, latex, door and trunk seals, weather-stripping, EPDM rubber roofs, CV boots, waders, wet suits.

Vinyl: Convertible tops (and the clear vinyl windows), isinglass, marine seating, tonneau covers, car bras, covers, spa covers, pool covers.

Inflatable boats: Hypalon, PVC and urethane blends.

Gelcoat fiberglass: Boats, RV's, snowmobiles, jet ski's.

Plastics/acrylics/polycarbonates: Lexan and acrylic panels/windows/windshields/covers.

Carbon-fiber/resin composites: Fishing rods, "nude" bike frames. Finished leather: Upholstery, motorcycle leather, trim, tack, fine apparel.

Pool & Patio: Plastic furniture (not fabric), pool inflatables, slides, covers.

Sailcloth: Dacron and monofilm.

If you have used 303 Aerospace Protectanticon on your RV you can tell us what you think about it by leaving a comment on this page.

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303 on exterior
by: Rvrenegades

Like other RVers, we wanted our exterior to look great...we purchased an older trailer and it had some chalking on one side. We applied 303 on everything. That night, we had some rain. The next morning we woke to a streaked trailer! 2 of our sides looked great..but the other 2 sides (with more sun damage) look like hell (excuse the language). Looking over 9ther sites, someone mentioned that 303 is not appropriate for gel I'm confused! Did we do something wrong or use the wrong product?

Washing RV before applying 303
by: Steve S.

I have a question that I have not been able to find the answer too. What is recommended to wash your RV with first prior to applying the 303 protectant.

Hard to apply without streaking
by: John

I found this very hard to apply due to the streaking which requires you to go over the surface with a wet towel. After talking to the manufacturer, they said they don't recommend for gel coat, instead recommended 303 Speed Detailer. If anyone knows a sure fire way of applying 303 aerospace without the streaking, I'd be happy to give it another shot...otherwise I'll try speed Detailer instead.

Love this stuff !!!!!!!
by: Courtney Tate

We hard about this product from a gentleman that pulled I next to us in a rv park. As soon as he was done setting up, he immediately started wiping down his motor home. After a couple of days, we were talking and the subject came up of how nice the motorhome was. He said that it was 9 years old and it look like he just drove of the lot with it He said that he uses this 303 protectant on EVERYTHING and he also uses the 303 for vinyl and fabric for the awning and slide covers

We have been using it religiously on our fifth wheel since then with very very pleased results At the time we meet this gentleman, our coach was about 5 months old Now we are starting our third year with it and it looks amazing !!!!!!! We LOVE this stuff !!!! Best product to use on the slide seals to keep them from drying out due to extreme cold or heat However, have never heard of using in place of wax? Will have to try it but I am am sure I will be pleased with the result. As much as you spend on these coaches these days, you can not afford not to take care of them the best you can.

Why not Kool Seal?
by: Red_Almighty

I have used this for years on my mobile home, I think it should work on the roof of my RV. It's white, and seals with a coating.


1993 Pace Arrow Fleetwood~454~37'

303 Protection
by: Ron

I have used 303 on my coach for the past three years. It is well worth the money--If you use it on the roof, you will not have the dreaded black streak down the side of your coach. I have no vested interest in this company-This product is GREAT!

by: Anonymous

I hope they paid you for the infomercial. Usually I enjoy the column and learn a lot but this one was awful. I use a UV protecting coating instead of waxing. It's not this brand. How do I know this one is the best? Have you tried others? What about price comparisons? Honestly if I want infomercials I'll watch TV at 2:00am.

Comment From RVing Al I am sorry that you feel that this is an infomercial. Yes I do use 303 Aerospace Protectant on my Motorhome and I am very pleased with how well it works at protecting it from the elements. If you know of a better product or a location that sells 303 Aerospace Protectant at a better price, please feel free to tell us about it.

Thanks and Happy RVing

RVing Al

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