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Fabric protection and preservation products

June 1st, 2014 / By: / Uncategorized

From 303 Products come three new products geared to guard, protect and clean outdoor fabrics and fabric products.

  • 303® Fabric Guard PDQ (formerly High Tech Fabric Guard) is a premium patented formula that restores lost water and stain repellency to factory new levels. Powerful enough to protect fabrics in the harshest environment, yet safe for the finest fabrics including wool, silk, and fine leathers and suede. It works great on patio furniture and is recommended as the best fabric protectant by leading outdoor fabric manufacturer Sunbrella®.
  • 303® Protectant™ (formerly Patio Furniture Protectant) is a powerful UV screening product. 303® Protectant does not contain petroleum distillates, alcohol, mineral oil or harmful silicone oils. It provides superior protection against harmful UV rays that can cause loss of mechanical properties such as discoloration, fading, embrittlement, cracking and/or chalking. 303® Protectant restores lost color and luster, providing a like-new appearance. It leaves an anti-static finish that repels dust, dirt and soiling, and does not leave an oily residue. It is 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.
  • 303® Multi-Surface Cleaner™ (formerly Patio Furniture Cleaner) has been recommended by and for Sunbrella® fabrics for many years. It rinses residue-free and is ideal for fabrics prior to “retreating.” It provides excellent value and cleaning power without any harmful chemicals that could damage fabric or stitching. It’s safe for all water-safe fabrics and vinyl surfaces.

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