Aerospace vs The Rest: Which is Best?
On this blog and Cool Rides Online, we’ve written extensively about the many uses for Aerospace, from extending the life of your vehicle to making wheels shine. The uses for this one product are virtually endless, which might make you ask:
When should you use Aerospace and when should you go with another brand?
While the answer depends partly on personal preference and what you’re trying to accomplish, here are a few facts to consider:
- Aerospace Protectant is a water-based dressing that’s safe for vinyl, plastics, rubber and treated leather.
- Because it’s not oily or greasy, Aerospace can be used on virtually any surface. (Many of our customers buy it by the gallon for this very reason).
- UV stabilizers in Aerospace reduce fading, yellowing and sun damage (hence the term “SPF 40 for your stuff.”)
- West Marine, Coleman and Sunbrella all recommend Aerospace, as do dozens of other auto and boat manufacturers.
How is Aerospace Protectant different from other leading brands?
I spend a lot of time on the road, where my crew and I have discovered many uses for this powerful product. We’ve seen first-hand how Aerospace produces very different results compared with other commonly-used automotive protectants and tire dressings. Here’s what we’ve found:
Other Leading Brands
|Water-based||Contain grease-producing silicone oils or petroleum distillates|
|Safe for all types of materials||Unsafe for rubber, vinyl and most other plastics|
|Contains UV stabilizers||May not protect against UV rays|
|Repels dust and dirt||Attracts dust and dirt|
|Does not wash off||Many offer cosmetic properties that wash off instantly|
|One coat is all you need||Multiple coatings recommended|
|Reapply every 4 – 8 weeks||Reapply every 1 – 2 weeks|