Norwood Parade Auto Spares

54 the Parade, Norwood, Adelaide,

South Australia 5067

Ph 08 83634183

open 7 days

 

Email derek@derek.com.au

Home Page www.derek.com.au


Trading Hours
MON TO FRI 9.00am - 5.00pm
SAT 9.00am - 2.00pm
SUN 10.00am - 2.00pm
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 11.00am - 2.00pm call first !first !

303 Speed Detailer $19.99

32 oz’s of value at a 16 oz price!

- Cleans
- Shines
- Protects
INSTANTLY

Fiberglass, Paint, Glass, Plexiglass, Plastics, Chrome, Stainless Steel
•Quick, safe, easy to use
•Simple spray on, wipe dry
•Produces a high-gloss finish, instantly!
•“SPF 40” Sunscreen
•Does not streak or haze
•Repels dust, dirt, stains
•Non-Hazardous, Non-Flammable,
•Environmentally Safe

303 Aerospace Protectant

Hi everyone Ive been selling 303 for over 20 years now and it is a great product ..its uses are endless and unlike other protectants it does not have silicone in it so it doesnt make things crack..!!!!

 

237 ml $13.99

473 ml $19.99

950 ml $32.99

3.79 litre $95.99

303 Aerospace Protectant Wipes $17.99

NOW WIPES

303 is THE LEADER in UV screening technology

303 Aerospace Protectant really is like "SPF 40 Sunscreen ... For Your Stuff." Regular use gives 100% Prevention of UV caused slow-fade with regular use. No other "protectant" beautifies as intensely, protects as powerfully or lasts as long.

The World's Most Manufacturer-Recommended Product:
Because of its enduring cosmetic properties, the resistance of 303-treated surfaces to dust, soiling, and staining, its water repellency and unparalleled protective characteristics, manufacturers worldwide recommend 303 Aerospace Protectant.
303 Aerospace Protectant keeps UV-sensitive materials “like new” year after year. Use on Rubber: Tires, neoprene, latex, door and trunk seals, weather-stripping, EPDM rubber roofs, CV boots, waders, wet suits. Vinyl: Convertible tops (and the clear vinyl windows), isinglass, marine seating, tonneau covers, car bras, covers, spa covers, pool covers. Inflatable boats: Hypalon, PVC and urethane blends. Gelcoat fiberglass: Boats, RV’s, snowmobiles, jet ski’s. Plastics/acrylics/polycarbonates: Lexan® and acrylic panels/windows/windshields/covers. Carbon-fiber/resin composites: Fishing rods, “nude” bike frames. Finished leather: Upholstery, motorcycle leather, trim, tack, fine apparel. Pool & Patio: Plastic furniture (not fabric), pool inflatables, slides, covers. Sailcloth: Dacron® and monofilm. Click here to learn how 303 Aerospace Protectant can bring outdoor furniture back from the dead.

Click for Story and Testimonial 303 Aerospace Protectant™
“SPF 40 Sunscreen…For Your Stuff”™
Unsurpassed UV-screening protection!
Quickly and easily restores a “like-new” color, luster & gloss.
Easy application. Just spray on & wipe dry.
Not greasy or oily.
Repels dust, soiling and staining. Treated surfaces stay cleaner, longer.
Lasts 4 to 10 times longer than other products.


JUST WHO USES & RECOMMENDS 303?
303 Aerospace Protectant is the only name in protection for hundreds of manufacturers including the world's largest. The growing list includes:


FLEETWOOD, WINNEBAGO, THOR, NU-WA:
The world's largest manufacturers of motorhomes and travel trailers specify 303 Aerospace Protectant and warn customers against the use of name brand, silicone oil and petroleum distillate protectant products for use on door & slide-out seals.


ZODIAC, RIKEN, HYSIDE, SEVYLOR and more:
The only product that preserves HYPALON, PVC and urethane rubber inflatables and recommended by all the major manufacturers.


WALT DISNEY WORLD:
303 Aerospace Protectant solved a crucial problem involving premature failure of neoprene material used in Typhoon Lagoon inflatable boats.


MARINE SPECIALTIES GROUP / G&T INDUSTRIES:
One of the largest suppliers of vinyl and leather to the marine industry. MSG/G&T recommends only 303 and advises their customers not to use other protectant products.

AMCO CONVERTIBLE FABRICS:
One of the world's largest manufacturers of automotive convertible tops and supplier not only to the `big three' U.S. automakers but others worldwide. AMCO specifies 303 Aerospace Protectant for its vinyl tops.

Other top and cover manufacturers recommending 303 are KAYLINE, BESTOP, SPORT MASTERS and DOWNEY PRODUCTS.


303 is THE LEADER in UV screening technology. 303 Aerospace Protectant really is like "SPF 40 Sunscreen ... For Your Stuff." Regular use gives 100% Prevention of UV caused slow-fade with regular use. No other "protectant" beautifies as intensely, protects as powerfully or lasts as long.

The World's Most Manufacturer-Recommended product:
Because of its enduring cosmetic properties, the resistance of 303-treated surfaces to dust, soiling, and staining, its water repellency and unparalleled protective characteristics, manufacturers worldwide recommend
303 Aerospace Protectant.
303 Aerospace Protectant keeps UV-sensitive materials “like new” year after year. Use on Rubber: Tires, neoprene, latex, door and trunk seals, weather-stripping, EPDM rubber roofs, CV boots, waders, wet suits. Vinyl: Convertible tops (and the clear vinyl windows), isinglass, marine seating, tonneau covers, car bras, covers, spa covers, pool covers. Inflatable boats: Hypalon, PVC and urethane blends. Gelcoat fiberglass: Boats, RV’s, snowmobiles, jet ski’s. Plastics/acrylics/polycarbonates: Lexan® and acrylic panels/windows/windshields/covers. Carbon-fiber/resin composites: Fishing rods, “nude” bike frames. Finished leather: Upholstery, motorcycle leather, trim, tack, fine apparel. Pool & Patio: Plastic furniture (not fabric), pool inflatables, slides, covers. Sailcloth: Dacron® and monofilm. Caravan boat bike

What You Need to Know About Vinyl
Life Saving Tips for Vinyl

What is Vinyl?

Vinyl is a plastic made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Vinyl is manufactured in different ways in a number of forms and in varying qualities for thousands of uses. A vinyl's topcoat holds in plasticizers, softening agents which keep vinyl supple.
Vinyl is a UV-sensitive material which degrades when exposed to sunlight. Maintaining the integrity of the topcoat and protecting against UV damage are the keys to keeping vinyl looking and performing "like new".
Simple Cleaning
Keeping vinyl clean is an important part of routine maintenance. Dirt acts as an abrasive and can also wear out the thread in seams. Mildew grows on damp, dirty vinyl.


303 Cleaner & Spot Remover $13.99
Technology changes. Even with something as commonplace and standardized as cleaning products.

With 303 Cleaner & Spot Remover, 303 Products is rewriting the rules for cleaning products.

No soap or detergents. No phosphates, nitrates, caustics, toxic organics, enzymes, VOC's ... nothing you've used before under any name.
Instead, 303 utilizes a proprietary blend of sequester agents, surfactants and hyper-wetting agents to lift and suspend oil, grease and dirt to be easily wiped or rinsed away.

It is completely safe for use on all water-safe fabrics to quickly remove even the most difficult stains.

And unlike soaps, detergents and other cleaning products, 303 Cleaner and Spot Remover rinses away completely...leaving NO residue.

SAFE !
Non-Toxic - Biodegradable - Rinses Residue-Free - Non-Flammable

Quickly removes even the most stubborn stains:

- Oil
- Grease
- Ink - Berry Juice
- Wine
- Blood


The picture to the right is an amazing demonstration of 303 Cleaner and Spot Remover's ability to clean even the most terrible stains. A new piece of carpet was laid in a warehouse where it was driven over by forklifts and other heavy duty equipment for TWO Weeks. It was completely ruined with hydraulic oil, grease, dirt, tire rubber, propane soot and other impossible stains. We filled a standard home extractor machine with a mixture of 303 Cleaner and Spot Remover at the rate of 12 oz per gallon.

The small clean areas towards the back of the carpet were "spot tests". Just look at the amazing results !
Got Dirty Carpets??? - Click Here to see what 303 Cleaner and Spot Remover can do for your carpets !

To understand the nature of 303's colloid cleaner technology, one must first know what a colloid is NOT. It is not a soap, detergent or petroleum solvent. 303's colloid cleaner is non-toxic and does not have a flash point.
303's colloid cleaners are a homogeneous blend of colloid sequesterants, surfactants and hyper-wetting agents that becomes super-active when processed together. It is helpful to think of this cleaning action as somewhat similar to the reaction of the atom in an atomic explosion…where the ceaseless random movement of the atoms in the colloid actually lifts, separates and holds in suspension the oils, grease, dust, soils, etc., which have been penetrated.

The properties of colloids were first documented in the search for a biodegradable substance to break up oil slicks on oceans. Research into why some products break up and hold in suspension grease and oil showed that colloids have minute particles (0.000000001 cm) called micelles that, when combined with water, break the surface tension to make water super-wet. Combining with water causes the micelles to penetrate grease, oil and dirt and then hold them in suspension in the super-wet water…in effect making these substances dissolve in water.

Simply, colloids penetrate into grease, oil and other "soils" and stir things up…a technological design like no other cleaner. In fresh or salt water, combined with other solvents or alone, 303's colloid cleaners will continue to clean.

A 303 colloid cleaner product is completely people-safe. With it, there are no effects from over exposure. There are no special storage requirements. 303 colloid cleaners are non-hazardous, non-flammable, non-toxic, non-explosive, non-fuming, non-caustic and 99% biodegradable.

303's colloid cleaners clean: Walls, wall coverings, tile, floors, sports equipment, doors, desks, counters, tables chairs, office equipment, railings, woodwork, bathroom walls, sinks, tubs, light fixtures, plastics, cars, trucks, boats, planes, degreases motors, bilge's, machinery, equipment, ovens, stovetops, hoods, filters, refrigerators, freezers, garage floors, fabrics, upholstery, carpets. It is a hand cleaner, it deodorizes and cleans pet stains from carpets and it is safe for anything water will not damage. 303's colloid cleaners are excellent for washing fruits and vegetables to remove residue and dirt prior to cooking.


303 High Tech Fabric Guard 473ml $22.99

303 High Tech Fabric Guard 3.78 litres $159.99
Procedure:
Before “retreating” or “protecting” a fabric, the fabric first must be thoroughly cleaned. Fabric protector products bond most effectively to a perfectly clean fiber. Anything not removed from the fiber interferes with
the bonding and performance of the fabric protector product. All dirt, body oils, sweat, lotions, oils of any type, residuals including un-removed soap or detergent residue….impede bonding and performance.
A clean appearance alone is NOT sufficient. And if washing with water alone were sufficient, we wouldn’t need detergent when washing our underwear, would we? An appropriate cleaning agent must be used. After
washing, the fabric must be THOROUGHLY rinsed. To remove all suspended soils and cleaning agent residues, of course. Detergents are not easily rinsed off. As a general rule, wash thoroughly once, rinse
thoroughly twice. Fabrics that require dry cleaning: The dry cleaning process leaves no residue. No additional
prep is required.
Machine Extractors:
If using a machine extractor, use only enough cleaning agent to do a good job. Go over the material to be treated at least twice, the last time with water only.
Heat/Quick Drying:
Generally speaking, the quicker you can get a fabric protector product to dry, the better bonding and performance you will achieve. To shorten dry time you should:
- Let the cleaned fabric dry before treating.
- Treat fabrics in warm weather. On a hot day in full sun is best (this is particularly important for outdoor fabrics).
The factors affecting dry time are:
.. Material density – The more dense the fabric, the more fabric protector is required. It takes carpeting longer to dry out than silk. Obviously, over-application increases dry time.
This text taken from an article published on an automotive enthusiast forum on the internet. This is tech information in layman’s terms about fabric protector products and their proper use.
Though 303 High Tech Fabric Guard™ for the past few years is mostly known for its use on outdoor fabrics, the following facts and principals apply to all textiles
including carpeting and fabric upholstery. In this outline, “fabric” can mean carpeting, upholstery, garments, outdoor canvas, any textile, and real suede. So, to begin:
Commercially, the comparative performance of fabric protector products is measured on the following criteria:
.. Soil Resistance (how well treated fabrics stay cleaner longer).
.. Protection against both a) water based and b) oil based stains.
.. Soil or stain “release” (how easily various types of stains and soiling are removed)
.. Water repellency is of most importance on breathable outdoor fabrics (boat canvas, outdoor furniture, the awnings at Starbucks); but it is also a good
way for an individual to judge if bonding and curing have occurred. On outdoor fabrics, decreased water repellency or a lack thereof is one’s visual cue that it is time for routine maintenance: Retreating, which is ALWAYS
preceded by a thorough cleaning.
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.. Temperature
.. Humidity
.. Moving air
Solvent Carrier:
For a fabric protector product to work properly (fully cure) during application in the field, a solvent carrier must be used. (Aqueous formulations are used in the mill. Air-drying is not adequate to cure aqueous fluoropolymer
products. For more information on this, see 303’s website. Scroll down to: “Fluoropolymer Fabric Protector
Products – Aqueous VS. Solvent Based”.
http://www.303products.com/techinfo/fabricguard/application_guide_fabricguard.htm )
Odor:
303 High Tech Fabric Guard utilizes “Odorless Mineral Spirits (OMS)” as a carrier. OMS is an innocuous solvent (as solvents go) that, in spite of its name, has a noticeable “characteristic odor” (similar to paint
thinner). Solvent carriers serve two purposes: a) “Wetter” than water, they do a better job of carrying the active polymer into a fabric and b) Solvents evaporate out in such a way as to cause full “curing” of the active
agent…the fluoropolymer.
Fabric protector products’ directions instruct the user to avoid breathing vapors until the fabric has “completely dried”. With respect to 303 HTFG, when the treated fabric has “completely dried”, there is no characteristic
odor. And, again with respect to 303 HTFG, at this point…when the treated fabric has completely dried…all the warnings and cautions on the product label no longer apply.
Of course, some solvents take longer to dry than others. But in North America when comparing one fabric protector product against other “like-products”, differences in dry times (solvent-wise) are not significant.
Two lighter coats are better than one heavy coat. This is correct, but this direction mostly is concerned with getting a good job on outdoor fabrics, not carpeting and upholstery. A consumer is more likely to get an even
coating on the boat canvas or an automotive convertible top, for example, if they do two applications. Let the first coating dry to the touch before applying the second…on marine canvas, generally about an hour.
Appearance when wet: After spraying a fabric, it will commonly (but not always) have a darker appearance until it dries.
While drying:
Protect treated fabric from water until COMPLETELY dried and cured. Until then, the fluoropolymer is not
completely bonded. This concern particularly comes into play on outdoor fabrics. Rain or even a heavy dew
can wash off a fabric protector that has not completely dried.
After drying:
A quality fluoropolymer fabric protector product will leave the treated material looking and feeling exactly like
the cleaned fabric prior to treating. And it will NOT affect breathability*. Regarding not changing a fabric’s
appearance, there is an exception (isn’t there always?). Some users (typically we North American males)
figure “if a little is good, more is better” and sometimes DRAMATICALLY over-apply. A dramatic overapplication
can leave an inconsistent whitish blush on some colors, as if someone had dusted here and there with talcum powder. This is the normally invisible active polymer showing up. The correction: Re-clean thefabric, retreat.
Curing:
After drying, fluoropolymer fabric protector products take another few hours to fully cure. Again, on a hot day in full sun is best.
Testing:
There is no point to doing a water repellency test** on a fabric that is not properly prepped, treated, fully dried and cured. Standard laboratory test methods require a thorough washing and rinsing (new fabric, too) and
303 Products High Tech Fabric Guard Page 2 of 4 then drying treated fabrics in an oven prior to any testing (usually two or more hours at 115°F to 125°F).
Coverage:
Coverage on all solvent-based fluoropolymer products is approximately the same. Performance differences between products primarily have to do with product quality, not coverage. Of course, carpeting absorbs more
product per square foot than marine canvas. Marine canvas takes more product per square foot than silk. The lighter the fabric the greater the coverage.
Resistance to oil based stains:
Oil repellency…resistance to oil based stains (aka “oil hold out”) is considered the most important part of stain protection. Likewise, “release”…how easily oil based stains clean out of both indoor and outdoor fabrics is
considered one of the most important performance measures of fabric protector products.. Why? Because in our modern society most soiling and stains are oil based. Think smog…jet, auto and boat exhaust, barbecue
and restaurant smoke, factory pollution, skin oils/sweat, lotions, makeup, pizza, salad dressing, hamburger juice, French fries, ice cream. In the lab, higher-grade fluoropolymer fabric protector products have the highest
“oil holdout” ratings.
Longevity:
One maximizes longevity with proper preparation and application of a quality fabric protector product. The main degradant to any fluoropolymer fabric protector finish is FRICTION. This is true with respect to both the
original factory finish (on a marine canvas or fabric convertible top) and a retreatment finish. That friction is the main degradant to the fluoropolymer finish is easy to observe in the field.
The first place a Sunbrella® bimini “wets out” is the area that rests on the supporting aluminum tubing. Anyone who has been around boating for a time would have noted this. Run your new convertible (fabric top) through
the automatic car wash a few times and the repellency is gone. Heavy use on one end cushion and arm of the
couch in my home requires me to clean and retreat those areas about once a year, while the back of the
couch still “beads” water after 5 years.
UV Screening:
Typically fabric protector products do not provide UV screening, but there are those out there that do. For
more on this, individuals who have access to Consumer Reports should look up the June 1997 issue, the
article beginning on page 19.
Hints on Convertible Tops: For proper care on outdoor fabrics, including fabric convertible tops, please visit
this link at the 303 website. http://www.303products.com/main.php?infopage=techfacts Once there, click on
and read the GREEN BROCHURE “What You Need To Know About Outdoor Fabrics”. This brochure speaks
of 303 High Tech Fabric Guard. But with knowledge and the proper use of any quality fluoropolymer fabric
protector (ABSOLUTELY NOT SILICONE), one can keep their fabric convertible top in perfect condition, year
after year.
Normal Washing:
When washing the vehicle, use a car soap or cleaner that does NOT leave a finish of any type. First, vacuum
up any loose dirt, dust or debris that may not be visible (brush attachment). If you don’t need to vacuum the
top, or when you’re done vacuuming, thoroughly rinse the topping with water. Then use a soft mitt in warm
soapy water to gently loosen any smog/dirt/oil film that may have settled on the fabric, then rinse
COMPLETELY. Do the rest of the car. After the top dries thoroughly, mist the topping with clear water (a
Windex type bottle does good). If you have good beading**, fine, you’re done. If any area doesn’t bead,
retreat. (You’ve already done proper prep). The key to keeping a fabric top looking new is keeping the fabric
finish in good condition.
Over Spray:
When applying the fabric protector product, comply with all label directions, cautions and warnings. Keep a dry
absorbent cloth close and a flat piece of cardboard in your off-hand. You can catch most, if not all, of the over
spray with the cardboard. Use the cloth to wipe any over spray from adjacent surfaces before it dries. Over
spray that isn’t wiped away and allowed to dry can leave a white residue. If this happens, use a rag dampened
Here are some additional hints on convertible tops:
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with mineral spirits to remove the residue, followed by rinsing with water. Of course, it is not considered good
form to actually treat rubber or vinyl with solvents (petroleum distillates); but un-removed over spray typically
evaporates far too fast to damage to these materials. Over spray will not damage paint either, though it can
affect your wax job.
Cool weather:
As a general rule, do annual or seasonal retreating in warm weather. If you have to do a retreatment job in
cool weather: After the material (a fabric convertible top, for example) is retreated and after the characteristic
odor goes away, put the vehicle in the garage. Use a hair dryer to finish the drying/curing. Of course common
sense comes into play here. Fabric convertible topping (solution dyed acrylic canvas) and most fabrics these
days are synthetics. They can melt. So, if using a hair dryer, pass it back and forth over the fabric. Don’t hold it
in one place and don’t touch the fabric with the dryer. Many fabric protector products are combustible or
flammable or even highly flammable. So follow all the safety guidelines on the product labels and keep the
treated item away from heat, sparks or open flame until the material has completely dried (until there is no
more characteristic odor). Storage: Store fabric protector products at room temperature, not less than 55°F.
And if it is below 55°F outside, wait for a better day. 70° F+…the hotter the better.
Silicone water repellents:
These products are not true fabric protectors. You can make your own silicone water repellent product with
one part silicone oil and 9 parts mineral spirits. Fabrics treated with a silicone water repellent develop good
water repellency, that’s true. But silicone water repellents retain a tackiness that attracts dirt. Silicone-treated
fabrics soil much more rapidly than untreated fabrics, have zero resistance to oil based stains, bond in oil
based stains and make fabrics much more difficult to clean when finally soiled (than untreated). Manufacturers
of outdoor fabrics, fabric convertible topping, carpeting and upholstery and breathable outdoor wet weather
garments such as Gore-Tex® recommend against silicone water repellent products. Unfortunately, most fabric
and leather “water repellent/fabric protector” products available to consumers contain silicone. For full
information on silicone water repellent products go back to this link and scroll down to the related text and
chart. http://www.303products.com/techinfo/fabricguard/application_guide_fabricguard.htm
Silicone Water Repellents - How to tell the difference if you are not sure:
To tell for sure, get two bathroom tissues, treat one with 303 High Tech Fabric Guard, treat the other with the product you’re unsure
of. Allow both to dry completely (speed it up with a hair dryer if in a hurry). After both are completely dried,
dribble a few droplets of water on each. Both should bead water. Then put a drop of oil on each (animal,
vegetable, mineral or petroleum oil). The fluoropolymer fabric protector (HTFG) treated tissue will “bead” the
oil. On a tissue treated with a silicone water repellent, the oil immediately jets in and spreads.
More Information:
Enthusiasts wanting more information, please visit
http://www.303products.com/techinfo/fabricguard/application_guide_fabricguard.htm .
Please direct any further questions to info@303products.com
*Breathability: Breathable water-repellent outdoor fabrics keep water out, but let water vapor through. Water-proof materials (plastic tarp or vinyl)
are not breathable. They do not let water vapor though and, therefore, cause condensation and mildew on the bottom side. Condensation is one of
several reasons why breathable water-repellent outdoor fabrics such as Sunbrella® are commonly used in marine and other outdoor
environments.
**Water beading/testing: Radical water beading indicates the fabric finish is in excellent (like new) shape. “Radical” means the bead will curve
under, like a basketball on concrete. With outdoor fabrics as time goes on, the woven fabric moves, friction occurs, the finish wears. You can see
this in the beading…at some point the sides of the beads go straight down. If left alone, some time later the fabric will start to dampen instead of
bead. Diminishing beading (or lack thereof) is your cue on when to retreat.
With respect to carpeting and upholstery, a quality fabric protector can do its primary job long after the water beading effect has been worn off.
That is, preventing indelible stains. Here, cleaning and retreating is commonly done when the material becomes soiled.
Sunbrella® is a registered trademark of Glen Raven, Inc.
Gore-Tex® is a registered trademark of W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.
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Convertible Top Cleaner 946ml $14.99

Uses Free samples Label Instructions Retailers Search
303 Top Cleaner utilizes a unique "colloidal" action to lift and suspend oil, grease and dirt. It does not contain soap, detergents, toxic organics, phosphates, nitrates or caustics. 303 Top Cleaner is extremely effective and extremely safe and leaves no residue like most cleaners.
To understand the nature of 303's colloid cleaner technology, one must first know what a colloid is NOT. It is not a soap, detergent or petroleum solvent. 303's colloid cleaner is non-toxic and does not have a flash point.

303's colloid cleaners are a homogeneous blend of colloid sequesterants, surfactants and hyper-wetting agents that becomes super-active when processed together. It is helpful to think of this cleaning action as somewhat similar to the reaction of the atom in an atomic explosion…where the ceaseless random movement of the atoms in the colloid actually lifts, separates and holds in suspension the oils, grease, dust, soils, etc., which have been penetrated.

The properties of colloids were first documented in the search for a biodegradable substance to break up oil slicks on oceans. Research into why some products break up and hold in suspension grease and oil showed that colloids have minute particles (0.000000001 cm) called micelles that, when combined with water, break the surface tension to make water super-wet. Combining with water causes the micelles to penetrate grease, oil and dirt and then hold them in suspension in the super-wet water…in effect making these substances dissolve in water.

Simply, colloids penetrate into grease, oil and other "soils" and stir things up…a technological design like no other cleaner. In fresh or salt water, combined with other solvents or alone, 303's colloid cleaners will continue to clean.

A 303 colloid cleaner product is completely people-safe. With it, there are no effects from over exposure. There are no special storage requirements. 303 colloid cleaners are non-hazardous, non-flammable, non-toxic, non-explosive, non-fuming, non-caustic and 99% biodegradable.

303's colloid cleaners clean: Walls, wall coverings, tile, floors, sports equipment, doors, desks, counters, tables chairs, office equipment, railings, woodwork, bathroom walls, sinks, tubs, light fixtures, plastics, cars, trucks, boats, planes, degreases motors, bilge's, machinery, equipment, ovens, stovetops, hoods, filters, refrigerators, freezers, garage floors, fabrics, upholstery, carpets. It is a hand cleaner, it deodorizes and cleans pet stains from carpets and it is safe for anything water will not damage. 303's colloid cleaners are excellent for washing fruits and vegetables to remove residue and dirt prior to cooking.

 


Kit 1 for Vinyl Convertible Tops,
Tonneau Covers and Clear Vinyl Windows

This All-in-One Kit contains both the 303 Convertible Top Cleaner AND the 303 Aerospace Protectant™ - Everything You Need to Keep Your Tops Looking Like New !

303 Top Cleaner utilizes a unique "colloidal" action to lift and suspend oil, grease and dirt. It does not contain soap, detergents, toxic organics, phosphates, nitrates or caustics. 303 Top Cleaner is extremely effective and extremely safe and leaves no residue like most cleaners.

303 Aerospace Protectant™ adds years to the life of your vinyl top. Specifically developed for aerospace and aviation applications, "303" is the World's most effective UV screening product.

Unlike other "protectant" products, 303 Aerospace Protectant™ leaves a beautiful like-new, non-oily, anti-static finish that does not attract dust. Surfaces stay cleaner, reducing maintenance.

Regular use of 303 Aerospace Protectant™ provides 100% prevention of UV caused slow-fade. It truly is like "SPF 40 Sunscreen for your Stuff.


 

Kit 2 for Fabric Convertible Tops

This All-in-One Kit contains both the 303 Convertible Top Cleaner AND the 303 High Tech Fabric Guard - Everything You Need to Keep Your Tops Looking Like New !

303 Top Cleaner utilizes a unique "colloidal" action to lift and suspend oil, grease and dirt. It does not contain soap, detergents, toxic organics, phosphates, nitrates or caustics. 303 Top Cleaner is extremely effective and extremely safe and leaves no residue like most cleaners.

303 High Tech Fabric Guard is powerful enough to protect fabrics in the harshest environment ...outdoors. safe for the finest fabrics, wool, silk, and fine leathers - including suede.

On outdoor fabrics, 303 High Tech Fabric Guard restores lost water repellency and stain repellency to factory new levels. 303 High Tech Fabric Guard resists soiling, impedes mildew formation and helps protect against the sun's harmful UV rays.

303 High Tech Fabric Guard is powerful enough to protect fabrics in the harshest environment ... outdoors ... Yet safe enough for the finest fabrics.

 

“Outdoor Fabrics” refer t woven textiles made from a wide variety of synthetic fibers, acrylic, polyester, olefin and various blends, including cotton. These breathable fabrics are made “water repellent” by a chemical treatment process during manufacturing. The treated fabric repels (beads) water, resists soiling, both water & oil based stains and impedes mildew formation.
With time and use the original repellency treatment is diminished, making periodic cleaning and retreatment necessary. The key to keeping your outdoor fabric looking great and extending its life is periodic cleaning followed by repellency retreatment.
Common Outdoor Fabric Uses:
• Boating: Enclosures, biminis, dodgers, boat & sail covers
• Commercial and residential awnings, outdoor furniture
• RV: Acrylic awnings & furniture
• Automotive “canvas” convertible topping
What Are Outdoor Fabrics? Save Money And Add Years To The Life Of Your Outdoor Fabric
Though the cleaning and retreatment procedures in this pamphlet specifically apply to
Sunbrella® and “canvas” convertible topping, they also apply to most outdoor fabrics.
Waiting until your outdoor fabric is dirty, stained and/or leaking requires the use of harsh chemicals and physical cleaning methods which can diminish service life.
1. While dry, brush, shake or vacuum off loose dirt.
2. Hose down to remove remaining loose dirt.
3. For best results: Use 303 Fabric Cleaner™, 303 Aerospace Cleaner™, 303 Convertible Top Cleaner™, 303 Cleaner & Spot Remover™. Or use a mild natural soap (Ivory Soap) in lukewarm
water (1000 F max). Use soft bristle brush, sponge or cloth to loosen any stubborn dirt.
Properly maintained fabric should require no more than light agitation.
Rinse THOROUGHLY to remove soil and cleaning agent.
4. Allow to air dry.
Retreating
303 High Tech Fabric Guard restores lost water repellency and stain repellency to factory new levels. It stops leaks, resists soiling, impedes mildew formation and helps protect against the sun’s harmful UV rays.
With 303 High Tech Fabric Guard retreating is easy, quick, inexpensive and lasts a long time.
• Use only on new or newly cleaned, dry fabric.
• Spray on 303 High Tech Fabric Guard until damp. DO NOT SATURATE.
• Allow fabric to dry thoroughly before using or storing. If time permits, two light coats are better than one medium coat. Allow to air dry thoroughly between coats.
Coverage: For Sunbrella®, “canvas” convertible topping and similar weight fabrics, apply at
the rate of 75-100 sq. ft. per 16 oz. trigger sprayer, 500-800 sq. ft. per gallon. Expect greater coverage on lighter weight fabric, less on heavier fabric & carpeting.
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Maintained Not Maintained
Maintenance Tip: About once a month, use a water hose to gently spray off any dirt that
has settled. This keeps the dirt from settling in and
extends the time between soap and water cleaning and retreating.
It’s now time to retreat.
303 High Tech Fabric Guard is the retreatment product recommended by and for Sunbrella® / Glen Raven, Inc.
Simple Cleaning It’s Easy!
High Tech
Fabric Guard™


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