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Old 04-25-2009, 09:24 AM   #1
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'Rejex' instead of wax?

I recently came across a product on line called 'Rejex' that is a Hi Tech product instead of wax. I have been a 'wax' guy for many years. This product sounds pretty good. Does anyone has experience with this product ?
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:51 PM   #2
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My parents use it on their Monaco Dynasty MH and they SWEAR by it. Both parents are somewhat anal retentive and everything they own still looks like it just came off the showroom floor five years later or longer. If they like it, just about anyone would like it!

We have some bugs down here in Texas that swarm in spring and fall. Their little splattered bodies are incredibly acidic - they will ruin your vehicle's paint job. These little critters just wipe or rinse off with the Rejex.
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Old 04-28-2009, 07:54 AM   #3
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Must be different bugs here in Kentucky.
I ordered a bottle of the stuff after reading a recommendation on another group.
I was not impressed.
It's pricey and just as hard to put on and buff off as wax even thought the directions
say just wipe on and wipe off.
Yeah........ that's like my wife saying "honey, I've got a little shopping to do"!

If we lived nearby you could have mine.

So now you have one glowing recommendation and one that didn't find it any
better or easier than regular old turtle wax.
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Smile Rejex

Yes, it's a bit pricey and it's no easier to apply that other waxes. I put Rejex on our motorhome while wintering if Florida and when I returned to Ohio all the bugs I picked up during the return trip wiped off easily. Due to the cost, I think I'll just use Rejex on the front clip from now on.
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Old 06-14-2009, 09:00 PM   #5
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Yes, it's a bit pricey and it's no easier to apply that other waxes. I put Rejex on our motorhome while wintering if Florida and when I returned to Ohio all the bugs I picked up during the return trip wiped off easily. Due to the cost, I think I'll just use Rejex on the front clip from now on.
Thats a good idea to just use it on the front
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