303 Fabric Guard is a powerful protectant that will keep your convertible top looking great on the road!
How versatile is this for you: Now you can protect your tennis sneakers, your leather bomber jacket, your pool furniture, and your convertible top with the same protectant! 303 products, the makers of the ever-popular 303 Aerospace Protectant, have created a product for all “outdoor” fabrics. The beauty is that you can bring the outdoors inside, treating fine leathers and suedes, and even silk with this solution.
I’d like to share one of the many feedback letters we received from a married couple in Arizona: “Every weekend I try to spend at least a couple hours detailing my convertible, but I always had trouble finding a protectant that worked well on the fabric top. I ordered 303 Fabric Guard from Autogeek, and now I’m all set for three years! This product is easy to use and repels water and dirt like nothing else I’ve ever used. My wife borrowed it from me one day and used it on the furniture on our lanai. The results were amazing. Thanks Autogeek, we’re a 303 family now!”
They aren’t alone. Here are reasons why 303 Guard is ahead of the competition:
Protects Fabric. 303 Fabric Guard protects all new or cleaned “outdoor” fabrics from water, dirt, grease and sun damage. Outdoor fabrics include canvas convertible tops, biminis, and boating enclosures. You aren’t limited to just outdoor fabrics, though, 303 Products advises that this exceptional protectant is a useful protective product for fine leathers, silk, footwear, and sporting apparel.
No Silicone. Silicone water repellents may repel water just as well as this product, but that’s where the similarities end. 303 Fabric Guard will also repel oil, soil, grease, and dust. Silicone products actually attract dust and soil with a slightly tacky film. Silicone water repellency lasts on average 2-3 months, as compared to 303 Fabric Guard that protects for up to three years on low-traffic fabrics. Silicone has that harsh, pungent smell during application; whereas 303 Fabric Guard has a mild, clean odor. Of course, once it dries, there is no smell at all.
Great for Boats. If you sail, this is an essential product for sail protection. Also use 303 Fabric Guard on enclosures, and boat and sail covers.
303 Fabric Guard should be applied to new fabrics from the start and on recently cleaned fabrics to prevent future soiling. The product will bond best to clean, dry fibers. The surface should be completely dry, and it’s best to apply Fabric Guard on a warm day in full sun. The amount of 303 Fabric Guard needed depends on the material. One 16 oz. bottle will treat 50-75 sq. ft. of marine canvas. For lighter, thinner fabrics, less product is needed to get good coverage. 303 Fabric Guard should be reapplied at the first signs of re-soiling.
303 Fabric Guard is a versatile and powerful protectant that has the seal of approval from industry leaders, and hopefully you will agree after your first use! Use it on marine canvas, bimini tops, convertible tops, awnings, leather, all outdoor and indoor fabrics.