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Old 07-31-2014, 01:53 PM   #1
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303 vs Rejex

Today I get to work on getting those wonderful bugs off the front of the coach.

I have uses 303 for a while, but was curious if anyone had experience with both Rejex and 303 and what the preferences were for ease of cleaning off the bugs?
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303 vs Rejex

Don't know if your RV is painted but I was under the impression that 303 wasn't for such surfaces. I can attest to Rejex being great for protection and ease of bug removal.
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I've used it mainly for the tires, roof, etc. Have not used it on the paint, but didn't know. Thanks!
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Don't know if your RV is painted but I was under the impression that 303 wasn't for such surfaces. I can attest to Rejex being great for protection and ease of bug removal.
Which Rejex? Paint sealant; Corrosion protection; Lubricant? Ace Hardware has several (at least six) types of Rejex you can purchase. One is over $100 a gallon.
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303 vs. Rejex

303 is a water based product that has a high SPF factor. I use it on tires, AC cowls, satellite dome, wiper blades, etc. Rejex and not the lube but protection barrier is a very good product that coats the front of the coach, windshield glass, headlights etc. if applied by the directions, no direct sunlight, let dry, then buff you'll have an invisible barrier that will last several months. That's been my experience. Water beads off the windshield far better than Rain X, a good product, the great news love bugs or similar insects wash off easily with a hose or damp cloth. No hard elbow grease!
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Never used 303 but Rejex is great!
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I've used 303 and regex and both work great. They have different use applications though.
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What do you people that use Rejex.

Use for a quick detail?
How about soap when washing what do you use?

When using wax I used Mcguires quick detailer.


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303 Aerospace is great for tires. It provides really good UV protection. If you have the 3M or Diamond Shield the 303 works good for a protector/wax for the shield too.

Rejex is great for the front of the coach. Sheds water on the glass windshield and sheds bugs easily on the front cap too.

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Bottle of 303 is included to use on Diamond Shield, on Newmars. Most expensive bottle of 303 I ever purchased. I've used 303 on kayaks resulting in no sun fading.
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I've used 303 and regex and both work great. They have different use applications though.
Same here...I use Rejex on the front and windshield and 303 on the tires.
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I use Rejex on everything except anything rubber. I use it on the windshield, windows, bus armor, aluminum wheels. I even use it in the fiberglass shower to make it clean easier.

303 is for rubber components
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Will Rejex damage Diamond Shield?
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303 is a water based product that has a high SPF factor. I use it on tires, AC cowls, satellite dome, wiper blades, etc. Rejex ... is a very good product that coats the front of the coach, windshield glass, headlights etc. if applied by the directions, no direct sunlight, let dry, then buff you'll have an invisible barrier that will last several months. That's been my experience. Water beads off the windshield far better than Rain X, a good product, the great news love bugs or similar insects wash off easily with a hose or damp cloth. No hard elbow grease!
I agree with Clayobx ... 303 Aerospace goes on everything (including slide seals and full-body paint) except the front of the coach -- the front gets Rejex. \ken
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