Aerospace 303 Protectant for Tires

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  1. SRT-Tom

    SRT-Tom Full Access Member

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    Does anyone use Aerospace 303 Protectant on their tires? I have heard that, because of the UV protection, this is best for your tires. Conversely, most tire dressings contain petroleum-based ingredients that can be harmful to your sidewalls.

    Also, does Aerospace 303 leave a satin or glossy shine?

    Here is a review of this versatile product.

    https://www.detailedimage.com/Ask-a-Pro/303-aerospace-protectant-review-and-guide/

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  2. Craigb

    Craigb New Member

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    It leaves a dark satin finish. I use it on the black decals, weatherstripping and interior and exterior plastics. I have not used it on the tires as I am partial to Adams VRT for tires. My assumption is it would be good there just not as durable.
     
  3. IntimidatorRT

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    I use the 303 on exterior parts also. will try it on the tires for the next show.
     
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    I have used 303 for many years. I use it on any stripping and tires. Make sure you use the Aerospace or Marine varieties.
     
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    Does it spin off as you drive? And does it protect against burnout temperatures?
     
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    Greetings,
    303 does not separate from the surface. Sorry, my days of doing burnouts are over!!
     
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