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Posted: 07/30/12 01:23pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Good day all, this topic may have been breached before but I wanted to ask if anyone has experience with the Rejex protection treatment.

http://www.rejex.com/

I was considering to use on the front of my TT for helping with the bug removal process. I hear it can really make things easier and by simply hosing down with water or with pressure hose to eliminate getting out the scrubbers and extreme elbow grease. Is this really the case?


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I bought some several yearsago to use on my car, did not perform as advertised and did not use it again.

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bobsrvnet wrote:

Good day all, this topic may have been breached before but I wanted to ask if anyone has experience with the Rejex protection treatment.

http://www.rejex.com/

I was considering to use on the front of my TT for helping with the bug removal process. I hear it can really make things easier and by simply hosing down with water or with pressure hose to eliminate getting out the scrubbers and extreme elbow grease. Is this really the case?


I used it on a previous fiver and the decals on the front immediately cracked and curled up. I use Aerospace 303 Protectant now.


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I looked at the link. This appears to be a polymer finish and looks a lot like Red Max Pro #3 and Zep Wet Look to me. I did not look at the ingredients, so it certainly may not be. I am getting ready to do the Zep wet look on my TT. For an alternative, you may want to take a look at this thread:
http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/24950880/srt/pa/pging/1/page/1

I think the Red Max Pro #3 on RVs started because of how well it worked on fiberglass boats. Zep wet look is supposed to be the same product by the same manufacturer. There are other threads on this in these forums. Almost everyone seems well satisfied. May be another option. Takes less than a gallon (under $25). Hope this helps. Good luck.

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Looks like there is not a huge response on how good or bad this product is. Maybe not too many have actually tried it.

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bobsrvnet wrote:

was considering to use on the front of my TT for helping with the bug removal process. I hear it can really make things easier and by simply hosing down with water or with pressure hose to eliminate getting out the scrubbers and extreme elbow grease. Is this really the case?
We've used Rejex for years and really love the product.
Makes bug removal much easier - gives a nice durable shine too with repeated use..

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I used it on the front cap of my trailer and did not notice any difference from the NuFinish that I usually use. Since the NuFinish is much cheaper I have not purchased any more of the Rejex.
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I'd like to do the rest of the unit. What brand of wax do most of the fiberglass RV'ers use for the sides and rear?


I use Nu Finish all over and am happy with it. I've heard of Rejex but what's the advantage of it?


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Well I spent some time coating the front cap of my TT last evening with Rejex. I found once it dried as a haze it didn't really buff off like regular wax and you could barely see it on the bright white fiberglass I decided not to bother buffing it.

Instructions showed to keep it out of the elements for up to 12 hours which is kind of tough to do without a large storage garage so we'll see. And we did get a good rain early this morning so it had a good 5-6 hours of cure time before the rain.

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Well I would like to report that after the first application of the Rejex after returning from a long weekend of camping I pulled out the pressure washer and was happy to see the bugs come off without any scrubbing!

I think i'll apply another coat before our next trip as it will be a week on the road before it will get a clean.

I'd like to do the rest of the unit. What brand of wax do most of the fiberglass RV'ers use for the sides and rear?

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