The 303 Protectant is my go-to spray for anything made of plastic, rubber or vinyl and I’m still amazed at the colors the stuff brings back to some plastics. I discovered that attribute when I bought an old BMW motorcycle and was treating the rubber throttle grip when some 303 overspray got on some colored plastic control switches that were so faded that I could hardly discern their different hues. I didn’t notice the Protectant on the switches when I wiped down the grips, and the 303 remained on the plastic switch covers overnight. When I saw the bike the next day, the colors on the switch covers had returned so vividly it looked like a traffic light on the handlebar. Since then, I’ve used 303 on all kinds of stuff in the bike, boat and tow vehicle, and the stuff’s amazing. On the pontoon boat, from the plastic trim around the throttle control to the bow mounted motor, and rubber gasket around the engine cover; it all gets a pre-season coating of 303. A touch up to select areas that are out in the sun in mid-season and a thorough coating again in the fall and the surfaces and accessories I treat with the 3M products remain remarkably new-looking. I even soak the spools of monofilament on my fishing reels a couple of times each season to protect and lubricate the line.