Whats the lo down on 303 Protectant . on all old. clean surfaces??  also Bar keepers friend, i love it but think it needs to be soaped off, I dare not put polymer on my girl. Too many projects so little time

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303 contains SPF-40?  Go to the drugstore and get some SPF-40 or > and start rubbing;-)

Bar Keepers, for SS or other surfaces?  

I thought 303 was just for canvas? That’s all I use it on, it works great to waterproof it. I used bar keeps freind for the first time this year, that stuff is great on metal. 

I have been using 303 on infltables, canvas, It made the vinyl top on my 07 Mustang Convert. look like new!  no silicone and has a UV protectorant. good stuff.     Bob.

+1.  303 works great on my Dink.  I hadn’t thought to try barkeepers friend. Bet that could be very helpful if not scrubbed too hard

303 Protectant on dink tubes and other flexible plastics.

303 Fabric Guard on Sunbrella.  Yes there is a difference.

Bar keepers friend to clean rust stains off stainless and fiberglass.  For tough stains build up a soft paste and let it sit for 15 minutes before scrubbing.  Rinse and wipe with clean water afterward.

Chap Stick to lube zippers on canvas.

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