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Old 05-21-2014, 05:21 PM   #29
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Rain X, 2 in 1 (orange color) washer fluid 2 gal. for $5 @ Wal-Mart.
NO on the Rejec... it attracts dirt like a magnet.
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Clay, I've used Rejex for years but never tried it on the windshield. I've been using RainX there. Do you think the Rejex is better?
I have used both and agree with Steve's evaluation. Rejex is several percentage points ahead of Rain X. Sorry but I totally disagree with the statement "it attracts dirt"! Completely the opposite! It, Rejex is engineered to repel everything even the dreaded love bugs! It also has a longer lifespan on the windshield than Rain X, much longer!!
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Great thread !

I have used RainX for many years and love the stuff but I may be switching to Rejex to see how it fairs.

What you guys think about bubble solution? The grand kids could be entertained by grandpas windshield washing and the truckers would be going WTH.
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Rain X, 2 in 1 (orange color) washer fluid 2 gal. for $5 @ Wal-Mart.
NO on the Rejec... it attracts dirt like a magnet.
I tested Rejex on the painted surface of my car as follows......applied it to half the hood and 1/2 trunk then drove the car for 50 miles. Results were shocking, the applied side was 3 times dirtier. I passed a 1/2 used bottle on to a friend to experiment with and he was not impressed.
Using the product on the glass surface allowed the bugs to be cleaned off easier but that about it. The correct application process takes some time so beware. (luckily it can be easily removed with Dawn dishing washing liquid)
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I tested Rejex on the painted surface of my car as follows......applied it to half the hood and 1/2 trunk then drove the car for 50 miles. Results were shocking, the applied side was 3 times dirtier. I passed a 1/2 used bottle on to a friend to experiment with and he was not impressed.
Using the product on the glass surface allowed the bugs to be cleaned off easier but that about it. The correct application process takes some time so beware. (luckily it can be easily removed with Dawn dishing washing liquid)

Did you contact the people at Rejex with your findings? I would sure be interested in their response! Let us know please!
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