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144 of 150 people found the following review helpful.
This is amazing stuff! The vinyl top of the dashboard on my 2001 Firebird was so dried-up and burned-out by the hot sun here in Arizona that I was expecting to have to repaint or replace it for sure..... it was like coarse sandpaper and had lost its color! Then I read about this product and decided to give it a try (I figured nothing to lose at this point).
I am TOTALLY blown-away at what this did for the dashboard...... actually revived that old rough and dry vinyl and made it look rich and new again!!!! Hoping the effect lasts, at least for a reasonable length of time. I am adding a couple of "after" photos... unfortunately I didn't take a "before" one...... guess I really didn't have any expectation that anything could save it.
May 12, 2016 UPDATE: After 6 months the dashboard still looks great! It's hard to believe that a product like this could revive the old dried-out vinyl and keep it looking so good for so long.. once again, I'm totally amazed and highly recommend this item!
February 7th, 2016 UPDATE: Sorry about the date typo on the last update.... obviously should have been 2015.
But I am Amazed yet again!! It's been more than one year and my dashboard still looks good! Don't know how this stuff works, but it sure does! Wish I had taken a "before" photo of the dash, but I never expected this product to be able to revive it so I didn't.
96 of 103 people found the following review helpful.
It was recommended by Access Truck Covers because it didn't contain any ...
By Travis Hellmer
I've used this product since 2007 when I bought my first vinyl truck bed cover. It was recommended by Access Truck Covers because it didn't contain any petroleum products. I agree with the other reviewer that nowadays it's nearly impossible to find it in retail stores, and if you do they want an arm and a leg for even the 16 fl oz spray!
I'll keep using 303 Aerospace Protectant for as long as I can get it! I use it in the following applications: vehicle plastics and vinyls including the dash, controls, exterior trim, tire sidewalls, engine compartment plastics, Rhino lining, etc; my 2004 Honda RC51 plastics including handlebar controls, gauge cluster, brake hoses, tire sidewalls. DO NOT USE on the handgrips or passenger seat!; various external home items including my patio furniture and a set of four pink flamingos that still look brand new after two years.
I just started a new test on my wife's 2012 Nissan Maxima with applying it to the headlights every two weeks. We plan to own the car for many years and with practically new headlights I want to see if using this product will help reduce or eliminate oxidation of today's plastic headlight lenses.
The ONLY negative I'd give the product is that it streaks when it gets rained on. It's most apparent on the truck where the tonneau cover will get wet and runs down the sides of the truck-- I can see see the chemical streaks after it dries. No big deal, as using a terry cloth and quick detail spray cleans it up but it's a side effect you should know about if you've not used it before.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful. See all 1672 customer reviews...
People are amazed of how it restores things back to life
I have been using this product for a year now and I am a believer. Beside using it on my vehicles, I have used it on my boyfriends boat that really brought out the blue color in the boat seats and dash. Then I used it on a used jet ski and again, people was amazed of how it restored it back to life. I have even restored back faded garage doors with this product. The picture just shows me doing one half of the door so you can see the before and after. People thought I painted the garage doors when I got done. I have recommend it to others and its a must if you like detailing a vehicles, boats and more and keeping them looking them nice and preserving it. It will not be a shiny look, but you are restoring the colors back to that it use to be. You will find many uses for it.