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Old 05-13-2019, 08:45 PM   #6
KRAM36
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Originally Posted by SC-986 View Post
I used the Raggtop product years ago with ok results. Water beaded up well after initial application but seemed to lose itís effectiveness after a few months.

Switched to the 303 Fabric Guard product and have been very happy with results. Easier application - you can apply with a paint brush which ensures even coverage and no overspray to deal with.

My last application was in July of 2017 (car is garaged) and water still beads up and rolls off as if l had just applied the protectant. YMMV

https://www.autogeek.net/303.html
I did this today to my car with the 303 and using the paint brush. Wow what a nice tip on using the paint brush. Top looks great and I'll be waiting the full 24 hours before I put any water on it.

I did use Raggtop product before and wasn't really happy with it. Hope this 303 does better.
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