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ok, just looking for a little clarification, is 303 for the internal plastic or the outside black panels? I've seen several posts that could have referring to either.

Thank you for the clarifications

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You can use it on either or,but usually on here when someone's refering to 303 they're usually using it on their exterior plastics/panels.
 

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I know several detailers that swear by it as their protectant of choice for all interior plastic.

I've been meaning to order some for forever...
 

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Early on I used 303 on the outside, but now (6 yrs later) I don't. The plastic panels don't really need anything. Plus, if you apply it too heavily, you get streaking after it rains. It's kind of expensive, so I don't slop it around.

Now I mostly use 303 to clean and lubricate the door seals (and wiper blades).

Occasionally I use it on the interior panels - but beware that it leaves a slick coating, so use with caution on the surfaces like the steering wheel.

I also use it periodically on an inflatable boat and dry suit cuffs.
 

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Early on I used 303 on the outside, but now (6 yrs later) I don't. The plastic panels don't really need anything. Plus, if you apply it too heavily, you get streaking after it rains. It's kind of expensive, so I don't slop it around.

Now I mostly use 303 to clean and lubricate the door seals (and wiper blades).

Occasionally I use it on the interior panels - but beware that it leaves a slick coating, so use with caution on the surfaces like the steering wheel.

I also use it periodically on an inflatable boat and dry suit cuffs.
It also has a noticeable chemical smell to it, but it went away after a couple days. Its well worth the smell IMO.
 
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