Gelcoat and fibreglass protection
Gelcoat fibreglass is polyester resin with the pigment in the resin, commonly used in boats, RV's, snowmobiles, jet ski's, etc. Gelcoat fibreglass rapidly fades and chalks with traditional maintenance being tedious and repetitive buffing and waxing.
303 Aerospace Protectant is an alternative to buffing and waxing. 303 restores like new color and gloss to faded gelcoat fiberglass by spraying on and polishing completely dry.
A new appearance is maintained with periodic spray on/wipe off applications usually every 45-60 days of exposure. Fibreglass shines. Colors stay bright.
In addition, the 303'd surface is extremely repellent to water, soiling and staining ... staying cleaner longer and clean up is much easier when soiled.
So for gelcoat fiberglass 303 Aerospace Protectant is a superior with respect to ease of use, level of protection, appearance and repellency.
RV protection whilst on the road
Are you tired to having to clean your RV after use?
Use 303 Aerospace Protectant to create a tough protective layer on your RV's gelcoat or fibreglass Area is sealed and protected, leaving a hard surface bond that cannot be penetrated. Bugs, road tar, tree sap and bird droppings all become much easier to remove and clean with 303.
* Stops bugs, tree sap, bird droppings from sticking to surface.
* Stops bug acid from eating through paint to metal surface.
* Clear long lasting coating. Easy to apply.
* Great on vehicle grills, bumpers, head lights and front of mirrors.
* Great for R.V's, 18 wheelers, Trucks and cars.
protect your vinyl and awnings
Most RV awnings are vinyl. Some are Sunbrella® , a specialized textile manufactured by Glen Raven Mills. Sunbrella® awnings are considered the upscale or premium awning. Maintenance for each is different.
RV Vinyl Awnings:
Maintain with periodic applications of 303 Aerospace Protectant. Benefits are:
Very repellent finish: Vinyl awnings stay resist soiling, stay cleaner longer and clean up much easier when finally soiled. There are two other beneficial aspects to this repellency.
303 treated vinyl awnings clean up so easily, `awning cleaners' are virtually never required. Since most products sold as awning cleaners contain bleach or other components harmful to vinyl, avoiding such products means a longer useful life for the awning.
303 treated vinyl awnings don't get as wet and dry much faster. Since 303'd awnings are less likely to get rolled up when they are still damp, mildew and mildew staining problems are less likely.
rubber seal protection for your rv
Rubber Seals - Not `Rubber' Anymore
Maybe not a surprise, but no longer are a car's rubber seals made from `rubber'. To keep the inside of your car quiet and dry, car makers use a specialized synthetic material called EPDM, (ethylene propylene diene monomer).
Real rubber, or blends containing real rubber, just cannot endure the direct exposure to sunlight(ultraviolet light) and the harmful-to-rubber oxidizing gases in our atmosphere (see Tech Facts Vol. 1). To quote from the engineering specs, EPDM is "Ideal for outdoor applications because of its excellent resistance to ultraviolet light, ozone, oxidants, and severe weather conditions".
EPDM is great stuff, but it has some downsides. It's tear resistance is only fair, so sticking & tearing is not uncommon. And just like real rubber, it has extremely poor resistance to solvents (petroleum distillates) and oils.
"You mean I don't have to `protect' my car's door & trunk seals?"
That's right, and treating your seals with a leading-brand "protectant" is almost always exactly the WRONG thing to do to your seals. Any chemical product that contains oils or petroleum distillates is incompatible with EPDM.
TIP: NEVER apply any rubber or vinyl treatment that has an oily or greasy nature or contains petroleum distillates. READ THE LABEL! If a product contains petroleum distillates, do not apply it to your rubber seals.
Though its powerful UV screening benefit is not needed in this application, 303 Aerospace Protectant is great for cleaning EPDM seals and to keep them clean. 303 Aerospace Protectant makes EPDM seals look like new and PREVENTS sticking and tearing. Because it is safe for EPDM and prevents sticking & tearing, manufacturers exclusively recommend 303 Aerospace Protectant for this application.
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Did you know that Hailstorms are by far the costliest insured Natural Hazard in Australia
Insurance Disaster Response Organisation (IDRO) (2003) list shows that eight of the top twenty most expensive insured natural hazard events in Australia are hailstorms with losses between 1967 and 2003 totaling A$3320m. This represents 34% of total insured losses for major events and the largest proportion for any natural peril
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Stormcovers were designed in Australia 8 years ago by a sunshine coast inventor and motoring enthusiast, there are now thousands of Stormcovers in use in Australia, by astute Vehicle and RV owners who trust the design and excellent weather protection of Stormcovers
A customer had a Stormcover on thier Caravan in a Hail Storm so severe that the roof of thier home was severly damaged, the Stormcover stood up the storm and the owners Caravan was un-damaged. Without the Stormcover damage would have been extensive.
peace of mind
Do you worry about your Car or Caravan every time the sky turns dark and a Storm is approaching?
Stormcovers give you peace of mind during the annual Storm Season and all year, all round weather protection.