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Rejex

mortod

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I don't see much mention of Rejex on this forum !

OK, so not available in the UK, but the chap that sells it in the US x-autoproducts.com I think only charges GBP2.00 for UK delivery.

As I am about give my car its annual polish this weekend I thought I'd share my experience of it. It is now 12 months since I last polished my car, and this stuff is still working - rain beads on the paintwork, and a heavy shower of rain actually washes the car for me (apart from the low down bits). It is easy to apply, though I suspect the good results are due to time taken cleansing and clay bar before application.

I suspect Zymol may give a deeper shine, but if someone wants something that is easy to apply and does not want to re-apply every few months, then Rejex has to be tried !




Migration info. Legacy thread was 32837
 
Mortod,

Put some wax on top of the rejex to improve depth of shine. I did that coup;e of years back and the reults were fantastic.

As you say, it is all down to preperation to get the good finish. It was interesting that you got 12 months, I found that it started to go around the 5 - 6 month mark, but that could be down to usage etc.


Migration info. Legacy thread was 32846
 
What do you guys think works best on glass and on a Targa roof?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 32847
 
Rejex certainly works well on glass. I forget whether I used it on the windshield - it is a fair argument to use nothing there to avoid smearing.

As for Targa top, I wouldn't know. But that does beg a more general question for which I shall start a separate thread.




Migration info. Legacy thread was 32865
 
Rain-X for glass.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 32873
 
I gave up using rani-x due to the way it etches the glass - after a few months you can see a definite track where the wipers have been.




Migration info. Legacy thread was 32875
 

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