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Old 07-25-2010, 06:12 AM   #29
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Most marine supply places carry it...it was developed for boats...he first developed corrosionX to protect electrical wiring on boats then came up with Rejex....greatest stuff...my husband has used corrosionX for the past 6 years on the wiring and his fishing reals also
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Old 07-27-2010, 12:35 AM   #30
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Everybody has their favorite wax..... I've been using "Deep Seal" for a few years. High Polymer wax.... Only available to Dealerships until recently. Works wonderfully (at leat 25 mpg :-) ) Seriously....won't wash off or burn off like carnauba waxes. Goes on and off easily. At least the wife says so. lol.
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Old 08-15-2010, 04:36 PM   #31
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How many times could I wax my coach with Wally's gallon of RejeX? Which will expire first, the bottle of wax or me?

I received it today. I may have to try it out tomorrow.

The Centurion is a '79 P206.
Well hardly a P206, apparently I discounted it with a Fat Finger. It's a P210. Make that a shiny P210.
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Around 11 years ago, I started using Zaino, never looked back. I wash the cars/RV once a year with Dawn, to cut the grime and any wax. Clay bar or polish the areas that require more. Then on the cars, use Z2 or Z5 depending on the color and condition of the paint. On the RV, I use ZCS. The neat thing about ZCS, is you wipe on, but never wipe off. (Wax On - No Wax Off). Just walk away. Saves that last buffing step to remove the dry wax, much better then the many 'Wash as you dry' products. Has very good UV blocker too.

Wax is like oil, everyone has what 'works for them' - and thus 'Must be the Best!'

I like the protection, and ease of application. I also use Zaino ZCS on windows, it's like Rain X on steriods.

Have fun, be safe,
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Old 09-02-2010, 03:22 PM   #33
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Why would you want to wax your windows?
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Old 09-04-2010, 12:40 AM   #34
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ZCS is a clear, non wax, protectant. On the windows, it acts like RainX to the 5th power. (I've used RainX in the past too, but find Zaino easier to apply, and last longer.) I find that bugs come off easier with Zaino ZCS on protectant on the window. It goes on clear, and you just walk away. Check the Zaino site, as they do a good job of explaining how Zaino is not wax.

I've used it for 10 + years now, and all of our cars look good with Zaino.

It's been how things have worked for us...


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Why would you want to wax your windows?
90% of your bugs will come right off at the truck stop with the window squeegee if you wax your windshield.
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