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“Hello, this is Rich at Polished Bliss, and in this video I’m going to tell you a little bit about 303 Aerospace Protectant, and in particular why it’s the perfect product for dressing and protecting modern engines.
Aerospace Protectant is a water-based dressing for plastic, rubber and vinyl surfaces. It’s very easy to apply and dries relatively quickly to give a factory looking finish that repels dust and grime. These characteristics make it ideal for use on modern engines, which typically feature a lot of highly visible plastic, rubber and vinyl components.
Take this Aston Martin DB9 for example; it may be an expensive luxury car, but the engine bay format is still the same, with lots of plastic on show. Although dressing an engine may seem daunting, it’s actually an easy task.
You simply wash and dry your engine first, and then spray all surfaces with an even coating of product. And by all surfaces, I mean all surfaces, including metal and painted bits – Aerospace Protectant works perfectly on them all. At this point you may panic and think you’ve made a mess, but don’t worry, all you need to do is wait patiently for a few hours for everything to dry. When it has, check for any lingering wet spots and mop them up with a microfibre towel, and then stand back and admire your work.
In addition to being the perfect product for dressing modern engines, Aerospace Protectant is also ideal for interior use in cases where subtle looking UV protection is required. Furthermore, it also makes short work of conditioning rubber door seals too. In summary, Aerospace Protectant is an excellent choice of dressing for engine bays and interior surfaces, and one that we certainly wouldn’t want to be without.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch using the details provided on the contact us page of our website.”
Finally, if the above video has whet your appetite, you can find out more here – 303 Aerospace Protectant | Advanced Water-Based Engine Dressing