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303® Patio Furniture Protectant 16oz

303® Patio Furniture Protectant 16oz

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303® Patio Furniture Protectant is the world's most powerful UV screening product.


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W30440


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16oz. Trigger Spray Bottle

303® Patio Furniture Protectant 16oz

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303 PATIO FURNITURE PROTECTANT
"SPF 40 Sunscreen For Your Stuff"

303 PATIO FURNITURE PROTECTANT (PFP) is the world's most powerful UV screening product.  303 PFP leaves an enduring repellant finish that rejects soiling, sweat, body oils and atmospheric contaminants.

303 PFPIs safe and effective on teak and all plastics, polyethylene, vinyl and clear vinyl, fiberglass, epoxy and other composite resins, powder-coated metal and stainless steel.

Not for textiles (canvas, upholstery, carpet), unfinished leathers or floors.

DIRECTIONS:
Use only on cleaned surfaces. Before applying 303 PFP, clean soiled items thoroughly according to manufacturer directions. Place a drop cloth under the item to be treated to catch any over-spray. Spray on 303 PFP, then wipe COMPLETELY dry with a clean, dry, absorbent cloth. NOTE: This product does NOT air dry.  Use a second dry cloth to finish the application process.  Extra buffing with a dry cloth INCREASES bonding, repellency AND longevity.

Reapplication:  For maximum UV Protection and repellency, reapply every 6-8 weeks.

KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. STORE AND USE ABOVE FREEZING
303 PFP is non-toxic, non-flammable

303 Patio Furniture Protectant is guaranteed when used as directed.  Manufacturer's liability limited to product replacement or refund upon proof of performance and return of unused portion.

Patio & Hearth Magazine in their Nov/Dec 2007 edition touted the 303 Products line of Patio Furniture Care Products as "The Best Protection for Outdoor Furniture.

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SKU W30440

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