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Old 04-27-2012, 04:52 AM   #15
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A lot of True Value Hardware stores have it.
I bought mine on line but will look for it at True Value Hardware the next time I need some. I only used less than half the 16 oz's on my 36' MH and I did the front twice. . Thanks
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Try IBIZ. I get it at Oshkosh every year and it is used on aircraft. One coat per year works great. Easy on/ easy off.
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Hello I have been rving most of my life and when we purchased our MH the dealership did a special clean and wax for $1500 took then 4 days and I have never been upset with the long lasting results 10 years later. I have used the ph ballanced wash, no high pressure hose and a long brush to apply the product from time to time I have used many waxes Mother paste, starbright, nufinish and I just searched the internet for the best wax I can't combine all the suggestion of, no petrolum, no silicon and no teflon so I went to a Boat Dealer bought 303 areo space protectant direction say to reapply in 3 to 5 weeks used on th decal I did not see a change. At this time decals are at in great shape many other products to choose from so I bought Meguiar's Premium Marine wax (flagship) for gel coats as they as well as the decals have to breath it does have petrolem distillates according to the lable.. I hand applied very small section at the time taking my time using micro cloth to apply and remove the coach was shiny before and better now with a slippery clean feel have done 1/2 of the pasenger side in the shade more to do yet and will also do the roof when it's cloudy, this is my test area (fiberglass roof) so far very happy with the results don't mind spending a dollar or two as the rig cost me $120 when new later , Happy motoring Nitro
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Old 09-06-2013, 07:43 AM   #18
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I just did my whole coach with Rejex. Went on and off easy by hand/microfiber , no machine necessary. Drove through a heavy love bug area yesterday and as advertised by Rejex " nothing sticks to it". I did all the windows , and nothing stuck. They wiped off easy. RejeX Paint Sealant, auto paint sealant, Rejex car wax, Rejex paint protectant, rejects, Rejecx
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Do you have the Diamond Shield on the front?
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Do you have to BUFF any of these products? We just looked at ZEP at Home Depot. They had two products as recommended on these forums, but both said they had to be buffed. I have arthritis and he has fibromyalgia so "buffing" something the size of our Class-C is out of the question.
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Old 09-06-2013, 08:10 AM   #20
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Do you have the Diamond Shield on the front?
Hello Clifftall I have not seen Rejex products here in Canada so many products can't be shipped here just checked out the web site u sent and guess what a mimumun order of $100 to Canada.. may look next time in the good old USA.. do you recomend using a a protectant over the WAX I am applying? later happy motoring Nitro
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No thank goodness
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Hello Clifftall I have not seen Rejex products here in Canada so many products can't be shipped here just checked out the web site u sent and guess what a mimumun order of $100 to Canada.. may look next time in the good old USA.. do you recomend using a a protectant over the WAX I am applying? later happy motoring Nitro
I bought my last bottle on ebay. I can't answer your other question about what to put it over. Sorry.
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Do you have the Diamond Shield on the front?
Hey Clifftall sorry as to the front no diamond shield my friend in Mi. had the hard clear plexi glass that after a few years it cracked and He removed it later Nitro happy motoring
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Do you have to BUFF any of these products? We just looked at ZEP at Home Depot. They had two products as recommended on these forums, but both said they had to be buffed. I have arthritis and he has fibromyalgia so "buffing" something the size of our Class-C is out of the question.

Hello RanCar as to buffing yes I belive so lite ans slow small areas at time will work fine I just went on the roof my test area and did a 6x5 foot area and it is the best up there I to have a rotor cuff pain that justo will not Quit later happy motoring Nitro
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I'm on board with the Rejex. easy off as on and I use a buffer also. Actually, I think it helps the old joints and R. cuff and bad back although I use a chair to do the bottom half. Our MH is 31 years old and after the oxidation was removed the Rejax did wonders, after the McQuires, Mother's and StarBrite were used.
Anyhow it looks great now
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Is any kind of prep needed before applying Rejex other than a good wash ?
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Is any kind of prep needed before applying Rejex other than a good wash ?
All I do is wash it first. The directions suggest you keep it out of the sun for 24 hours ( I think ) but I don't / can't .
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Same here I just wash it first
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