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Old 05-08-2010, 04:52 PM   #1
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Aerospace 303 on leather??

Is it safe to use Aerospace 303 on coated leather..
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No... It's a plastic/vinyl protectant, not leather.

Get Lexol or something similar to that. It'll be much better on your leather.
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I've always used that on all my interior. The back of the bottle also says you can use it on Vinyl/Leather. One of the best products and it saves a lot of hassle from carrying different bottles.
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i use it on my coated leather.
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Actually 303 is great for leather. I know a few guys on Florida who will clean and condition the leather in convertible Ferraris, and then top with 303 for its UVA protection.
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What, really? I've never seen it used that way... still would prefer a leather-specific product, I think.
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It says it is safe for leather on the bottle. I like 303 since it doesn't leave plastic surfaces all glossy and tacky (looking and feeling).
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303 works great on leather.
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What, really? I've never seen it used that way... still would prefer a leather-specific product, I think.
You use the leather cleaner and conditioner as you normally would, then top with 303. Gloss it Satin Leather Polish is the only conditioner I know of that actually has some type of UVA protection in it already.
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