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Old 05-23-2007, 05:18 PM   #15
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Where to find 303

Minnie's Mate -

We use 303 on our kayaks as well - you may want to try a boat shop. We have rubber seals as hatch covers on our kayaks, and the 303 helps the rubber seal grab on to the plastic of the boat - making them much easier to put on.

I think you may be able to find 303 at REI or other outdoor stores (like Bass Pro Shops, etc). I think you're in the Atlanta area, but more on the South side of town. I am 99% sure that "Go with the Flow" in Roswell carries 303 and if you can't make it up here during their typical hours of operation, they may be willing to mail a bottle to you. From our experience, a little goes a looooong way, so all you need is a small bottle.

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Old 05-23-2007, 08:13 PM   #16
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I removed mine and hosed them off. Or you can make a vist to the factory get a tour and they gave us a couple of free screens.
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Old 05-23-2007, 08:36 PM   #17
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303 and screens...

303 is sold at Camping World. Another way to clean the screens is to turn the fan speed to "3" and the switch to "out", then brush the screen and the dust/dirt will blow out.
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Old 05-23-2007, 09:21 PM   #18
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Old 05-24-2007, 08:27 AM   #19
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Thanks for all the suggestions and leads on the 303. My wife made a run to the Camping World in Woodstock (other side of Atlanta from us) yesterday. Too bad I didn't know about this lead before she went. Oh well, they didn't have one of the items we needed anyway so I'm sure we'll be placing an order in the near future and will add this to the list if we can't find it in the interim.

Next time we go to JC I'll ask for some new screens to have on hand. That is a good tip Michelle, thanks.

I did some re-wiring of the stereo last night to route the TV and DVD audio through the speakers so we can hear them better when the A/C comes on and I got a good bit of saw dust on the dinette and counter so I plan on taking the vacuum from the house out tonight to clean it up and will try it on the screens. It has a lot more suction than the stick vac we keep in the Airstream and it has the round soft bristle brush that might help dislodge the dust. If that doesn't work, I'll take them out and scrub them with a soft bristle brush and let you guys know how things turn out.
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Yes. We used compressed air on ours too.
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