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Old 04-25-2016, 09:00 AM   #1
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I recently had my front cap polished and I'm about to leave on a trip. The guy that did the polishing said to spray the front with a tire shine kind of product to protect it from bug splatter. He said it doesn't really dry and washes off when we get back.

I have no clue if it works or not, any ideas/advice?
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I've tried it and it helps
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Use Rejex, it is a product that was designed for leading edge and windshields of planes. If you get to the bugs within 72 hrs a hose will take off 90% and a bug sponge on a pole will get the rest.
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I have been using Rejex for two years and it really works. It can be used on paint and glass. It lasts longer than Rain-X. Bugs come off much easier.
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That's great, I have a bottle of Rejex in the hangar.

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