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Old 05-23-2017, 12:40 AM   #1
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Rejex

Prior to leaving on our trip I purchased a product called Rejex based on a thread over on irv2.
The claims were that it keeps bugs from sticking to your paint and windshield .
So I purchased a bottle on Amazon and did my windshield , the entire nose of my Vegas and the mirrors.
I then drove from North Carolina to Florida and accumulated the usual amount of bug guts on the front of the RV which also got nicely baked on by the 90 degree temps down here.
We just had a thunderstorm here at WDW and I went outside to find that most of the bug guts had washed off the above listed surfaces and the rest came off with a swipe of the sponge on the back of my squeegy .
It is amazing stuff and very easy to apply.
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Old 05-23-2017, 02:59 AM   #2
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Prior to leaving on our trip I purchased a product called Rejex based on a thread over on irv2.
The claims were that it keeps bugs from sticking to your paint and windshield .
So I purchased a bottle on Amazon and did my windshield , the entire nose of my Vegas and the mirrors.
I then drove from North Carolina to Florida and accumulated the usual amount of bug guts on the front of the RV which also got nicely baked on by the 90 degree temps down here.
We just had a thunderstorm here at WDW and I went outside to find that most of the bug guts had washed off the above listed surfaces and the rest came off with a swipe of the sponge on the back of my squeegy .
It is amazing stuff and very easy to apply.
Pete I did my whole Vegas with Rejex and was happy with the results. It's a sealant not a wax so it will last longer than a wax.
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Old 05-23-2017, 03:43 AM   #3
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Great info and insight, thanks for sharing.

Anyone have knowledge of using Mr. Clean magic eraser to remove black steaks? My concern is if this will harm the paint finish.
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Old 05-23-2017, 09:47 AM   #4
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Great info and insight, thanks for sharing.

Anyone have knowledge of using Mr. Clean magic eraser to remove black steaks? My concern is if this will harm the paint finish.
Solvit will clean the black streaks and will do a great job on the roof
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