Has anyone had a problem using 303 Aerospace for waxing the sides of their RV? We applied it on our 2008 Cameo after reading about people recommending it but it's not adhereing to the sides. Apparently the sides are a different product from the end caps because the fiberglass end caps are okay. Any suggestions for what wax to use on the sides?
I just bought some more 303 and noticed something I didn't remember in the directions- to wipe completely dry. This would usually entail several rags/towels. I emailed the company to find out what would happen if I didn't completely dry after applying. I got a list of several possible consequences and streaking was one of those.
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I would never consider using 303 as a replacement for a good waxing with a marine grade wax or sealant. Easy? Yes. Quick gratification? Yes, but it won't last long. A high grade pure wax/sealant, not a cleaner wax, will last a year for the sides & back. If you are a high milage traveler the front cap, bugs, will need twice a year.
303 is an excellent replacement for anything one would otherwise use Armour All on.
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