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Old 09-07-2013, 08:08 AM   #29
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Rejex here. I use it over the Diamond Shield also works great!
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Old 09-07-2013, 11:04 AM   #30
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Just returned from a 2 month trip (5600 miles) after completely covering the MH with RejeX. At the end of each day I would get out my bucket of water and a soft brush and clean off the front cap. It usually cleaned easily with only the brush and remained as easy the clean throughout the trip. RejeX does not stop bugs from killing themselves on a flat 60 MPH windshield, but it is easier for me to remove them! The rest of the coach stayed cleaner as well. The road grim was easily wiped off with a damp cloth along the lower sides and the rear. The need to wash the complete coach was reduced, however about 1/2 the way through the trip I found a park that allowed washing on site and I took advantage of it.
I also found that if you do not wash the bugs off soon after stopping for the day that they will become dried in the sun and be harder to remove.
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Old 09-07-2013, 03:41 PM   #31
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Is any kind of prep needed before applying Rejex other than a good wash ?
You do not have to do anything aside from washing the vehicle before applying Rejex but they say it works better if you remove all of the old wax before applying it the first time. They sell Xtreme Clean that is supposed to remove all of the old wax.

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We have been using Rejex on all of our vehicles since 2004 and appy it in the fall and the spring but we could probably get away with only applying it once per year. We also apply it to the front of the coach before each trip if weather permits. We apply it by hand and it is easy to wipe on and off, no buffer is needed. You will find that after the first initial application it is a lot easier to use and takes less to cover the same area. Our coach is stored outside.

Rejex is also safe to use on Diamond Shield.

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Anyone repaint their coack. I'm savong to buy a GB pursuit this summer probably a 1998. I'd like to repaint royal blue woth metalflake paint and a big white racing strip like my '72Roadrunner had. I'm calling it my gb pursuit of happiness. GB will stand for Georgie boy and great blue maybe great big. Anywsy it's my dream and my project.
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Maybe gnarly blue pursuit.
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Old 09-07-2013, 09:47 PM   #34
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Anyone repaint their coack. I'm savong to buy a GB pursuit this summer probably a 1998. I'd like to repaint royal blue woth metalflake paint and a big white racing strip like my '72Roadrunner had. I'm calling it my gb pursuit of happiness. GB will stand for Georgie boy and great blue maybe great big. Anywsy it's my dream and my project.
I am in the process of repaintng only the strips. Used to be vinyl, now base coat clear coat. I am taking my time as removing the old strips is the most tedious!
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Rejex is available through Amazon.com

Dawn dishwashing soap will strip wax from the surface to prep for using Rejex.


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Rejex here. I use it over the Diamond Shield also works great!
Recently put two coats of Rejex on the front (a week apart) over my DS...now to see if the bugs come off as advertised.
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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.

The ZEP says buffing gives even more brilliant finish -- it is NOT required.
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Have used Ultima Paint Guard Plus on vehicles and boats. Easy application. Use very little and just wipe on and walk away. This stuff is amazing. Going to do my new Winne 35F next weekend.

Ultima Paint Guard Plus, paint sealant, liquid wax, paint sealer, car wax sealant
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