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Rejex How many have tried it ?

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    Rejex How many have tried it ?

    I have bought my first bottle , after hearing so many good things about it. Got to wait until the good weather returns so i can strip all the old wax off , and then give it a try. Hope all i've heard is not hype...As i've got 20 different types of polish/wax on the shelf now..

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    Please keep me/us posted on how the polish/wax works for you?


    P.S. Silver is a good color on a car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 024mula View Post
    Please keep me/us posted on how the polish/wax works for you?


    P.S. Silver is a good color on a car.
    Will do......And yes , Silver is the best color

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    Red Tint Jewelcoat
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    I use it.
    Paint, wheels, glass, etc....

    Anything sitting outside gets RejeX.

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    rejex best stuff out .i apply it once a year got my hood custom painted by my friends and forgot to tell them about the rejex they like to never got the clearcoat off to paint good stuff bugs wash right off it takes alot of rubbing but its worth it.

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    Red Tint Jewelcoat
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    I would apply once every 6 months....even in a garaged vehicle.
    Stuff lasts longer than any other sealant I have tried.

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    I recently put it on my Jaguar XK8 and it blows everything else out of the water. I have been using the WolfGang sealant for a while now, but rejex has 95% of the shine while lasting a few months longer. Its now my weapon of choice.

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    I use it on my CCW rims and they look great and very little maintance after I apply a coat once every six months.

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    2 questions where can i buy Rejex from and will it work on polished aluminum rims? like for example my WS6 speedline rims?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbodyNATION View Post
    2 questions where can i buy Rejex from and will it work on polished aluminum rims? like for example my WS6 speedline rims?
    If you read the post above yours, CCWs are polished aluminum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbodyNATION View Post
    2 questions where can i buy Rejex from and will it work on polished aluminum rims? like for example my WS6 speedline rims?
    While your speedline wheels are polished aluminum....they have clear on them. Treat them like paint.

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    rejex

    i live near st louis and bought mine @ a motorcycle shop harley davidson of course.

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    What is this stuff??
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldmano2z View Post
    rejex best stuff out .i apply it once a year got my hood custom painted by my friends and forgot to tell them about the rejex they like to never got the clearcoat off to paint good stuff bugs wash right off it takes alot of rubbing but its worth it.
    What?

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    Rejex is a decent product. Good durability, but I prefer Zaino as it goes on and off easier, along with smelling better and same durability.

    If you want the slickest feeling product out there its Blackfire Wet Diamond, hands down. 3mo durability and looks stunning.

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    Red Tint Jewelcoat
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    Used all three.

    I prefer RejeX. I do not believe anything removes any easier than the other in my personal experience.

    BlackFire didn't hold up as long as RejeX....but that may have been the prep. I likely should not have used a glaze before applying (Prima Amigo...best shit ever for glaze).
    Zaino...many love it. Just not for me. I have my system I use, just not from them. Can't really talk bad about them as my new TBSS has it on it currently (previous owner) and it is still holding up. Of course, it was garage kept.

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    I really wanted to give RejeX a try but if it comes off worst than Zaino then I'm out.
    2000 NBM WS6

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    Red Tint Jewelcoat
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    I have never had any issues removing RejeX.
    Apply with PC, let sit for 30 minutes, wipe off.
    Doesn't come off quite as easy as Prima Amigo, but that is a glaze and the easiest thing I have ever removed.

    Victoria's Concours Red is harder to remove than RejeX.

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    I also use rejex. I use it on everything but the tires; even on aluminum and stainless steel on the boat. I use a microfiber cloth for removal. I've never had any issues getting it off.

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