quote:This guy claims to have an opposite view: "Harly Polyguard - This used to be my favorite, till I lost my heart to Vinylex. Leaves a touch more shine to the finish than Vinylex." Thanks everyone for the comments. I'm a long term Vinylex user. It works very well on my dashboard. Still I always wanna try something new ... I just received some samples of 303. And before I use it on my car I wanted to know the users responses. Since you guys like it so much I'm definately gonna try it and see how it compares to Vinyles.
Originally posted by Quattro Pete: I agree with others about Vinylex being more on the shiny/greasy side, which I didn't much care for. I switched to something called Harly Polyguard - smells much nicer and is not greasy. Really good stuff.
quote:I concur. Both are excellent protectants, and the only ones you should be using. My advise, buy whichever one is the cheapest.
Originally posted by bretfraz: Both products are very similar. I find Vinylex to be a little glossier (or 303 a little more matte in finish). Both have UV inhibitors and are water based, plenty safe for interior plastics. It's a toss up AFAIC.
quote:It doesn't look all that expensive. Is this the thing you're talking about? Actually they charge exactly the same amount for EinsZett Tiefenpfleger and 303. Vinylex is a couple of dollars cheaper. [ October 20, 2005, 03:06 AM: Message edited by: vad ]
Originally posted by 97tbird: BUT, if I ONLY look at the FINISH, not considering price, The EinsZett "Tiefenpfleger" (deep cleaner, in english), is the clear winner. It is more costly, but I got it at a clearence sale.
quote:I've used 303 on all of my cars for many years, including the door seals, but apparently it's not absolutely necessary with the seals used in today's cars. I'll continue using it though... http://www.303products.com/tech/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.display&Product_ID=292
Originally posted by Al: I have the Vinyles and will continue to use it on the door seals and everywhere else except the dash. Can you buy the 303 locally??
quote:That's news to me! Thanks for the link.
Originally posted by harrydog: but apparently it's not absolutely necessary with the seals used in today's cars. http://www.303products.com/tech/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.display&Product_ID=292