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Has anyone tried 303 Protectant this way?

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In case the link doesn't work:

303 Aerospace Protectant will give your vehicle's paint job that 'always wet look' for a superior shine.
Step 1. Strip the wax off your car as it's the wax, no matter what quality, that will gray or dull your car. Strip the surface down until you can squeak your fingers with it .. (by using a mild to semi-coarse compound depending on surface condition) it's then ready .

Step 2. Using a cleaner/swirl remover give a final preparation and let vehicle sit for a day or to let the oxidants evaporate.

Step 3. Using a soft terry cloth apply 303 Aerospace Protectant, enough to dampen the cloth. Do not spray directly to the paint. Only dampen the surface, do not over apply for best results. Never apply in direct sunlight.

Step 4. Buff surface with Dewalt variable speed polisher at 1500 to 1800 r.p.m. with a clean polishing pad, either yellow foam or white cloth. Using a flannel towel, buff any excess 303 Aerospace Protectant that may still remain. Repeat process approximately every 6 months. Your paint job now has a shine compared to none and is protected against ultraviolet radiation fade. This Great Automotive Detailing Tip comes from Brent Spencer - 2Kool Performance - Check out Brent's Hot Mustang and his Professional Detailing Service - Click Here

Don't know about y'all, but I'm chicken. I think I'll do Meguire's.
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I'm chicken too. I don't think I'll try it until someone else does.

Besides, I don't think it works on my gray primer anyway!!!
it's the wax, no matter what quality, that will gray or dull your car.

I found that line particularly intriguing; never heard that one before.
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