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303 Aerospace Protectant

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by Dave Fritz, Sep 16, 2017.

  1. Dave Fritz

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  2. Lamar Wright

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    Hi Dave, I use this product all the time on my cars, however, I have never used it on my face shield. This is a good question, I also would like to know if it is safe on plastic. Maybe someone has used it on their face shield. With the plastic in cars like on the dash it gives it a shine without the greasy residue.
     
  3. odie

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    Here's another ad for the same stuff.....says it's for plastic.

    https://www.amazon.com/303-30313-CS...rd_wg=oTR1Q&psc=1&refRID=JXXC4KVMGW7T24BAR6PQ

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  4. Owen Lowe

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    Their website’s FAQ says:
    What is 303® Aerospace Protectant™?
    303® Aerospace Protectant™ is a water-based proprietary formula that contains no petroleum distillates, alcohol, mineral oil or harmful silicone oils.
     
  5. Regis Galbach

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    This may be fine but, Dawn dishwashing liquid does a great cleaning job on my face shield.

    Regis
     
  6. john lucas

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    I use motorcycle helmut cleaner when it really needs cleaning. I use once used dryer sheets for most wipe downs. It keeps the static down and cleans the dust quite nicely. don'tuse a fresh sheet it scratches the plastic.
     
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