WHAT IS THE BEST CAR WAX?
For car, boat, RV, motorcycle and airplane afficianados, it seems like one of the most hotly debated topic is "What is the best 'wax' for my vehicle?"
BEST OF SHOW FOR 2014
"During a local Porsche event 10 years ago, I was first introduced to RejeX and have been a steady user ever since. I'm particularly happy with its ability to effectively resist the usual contaminants normally encountered while driving. For me, this has been especially important while transporting my show car to various Concour events on an open trailer. Once at the event, there is very little time to go through a major detailing effort to bring thing back to optimium appearance.
I spend just 15-20 minutes with Mr. Detail and the car is ready for judging. I've done this about five times this year with great results! There is no doubt in my mind that one coat of RejeX has made this possible. It is great to have discovered something which is both easy to work with and actually does what it's supposed to do. If appearance and genuine protection are important, once must give it a try."
2014 Chico Concours d'Elegance "Best of Show"
Sports Car Club of America 2014 Champion
REJEX WAS NAMED FOR ITS ABILITY TO "REJECT" UV, BUG SPLATS, BIRD POOP, JET EXHAUST AND OTHER COMMON CONTAMINANTS. READ THE CHILLING ACCOUNT OF HOW ONE PILOT CREDITS REJEX FOR REPELLING SOMETHING FAR MORE SERIOUS: ICE!
On October 29, 2011, I made one of my usual departures from Waukegan Airport in Chicago, Illinois. I planned on climbing to 13,000 feet to get on top of a storm cell. En route, I entered the cell at 10,000 feet knowing there would be some ice the cell. Even though I knew my plane would probably pick up a little ice before getting on top, I figured I could safely transition a few thousand feet of altitude inside the cell.
Not the case! I got out on top with more ice than my aircraft could handle!! As soon as I broke free of the cell, my airspeed had dropped to a point where my autopilot disengaged. If that wasn't problem enough, the engine stopped running due to my air intake being clogged with snow, ice and freezing rain. At that point, the aircraft started losing altitude, and I went right back into the freezing rain and snow. Within 30 seconds, I lost total control of the airplane, and it went into a spin. No control input I tried had any effect. Knowing I was heading for the bottom of Lake Michigan, my thoughts were of my wife and how it was gonna feel when I hit.
Then at 7,000 feet, the engine restarted somehow, but I knew I probably still had too much ice on my aircraft. All the sudden, I regained control and was able to engage the autopilot again. Looking out my left side window, while I could still see some ice on the inboard leading edge of the wing, I was stunned to see the rest of the wing was completely clean and free of ice! I used my cell phone to take the attached photographs.
I am 100% convinced that if I didn't have a fresh coat of your RejeX on my wing, I wouldn't be here today telling you this story!
I'm a commercial instrument rated pilot with 2100 hours.
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Do It Yourself Boat Owner magazine
RejeX. Is it time to give your wax the axe? If you've tried Rejex, you probably think so. This stuff is a polymer coating that takes the place of a wax finish on gel coat. It's supposed to leave a slick coating that's less then a micron thick, which lasts for four to six months, has a great shine, protects the gel coat, and prevents stains and slime from sticking.
There have been other polymers on the market prior to RejeX, but it's the first one I've used which keeps all of its promises. Particularly impressive is its ability to "reject" surface contaminants; once cured, dirt which would normally require a scrub brush to get rid of often rinses away with a blast of the hose.
NEW VIDEO BY RENOWNED VINYL TRIM, CLEAR FILM (BRA) AND CAR CARE EXPERTS Auto Trim DESIGN
NOTHING STICKS BUT THE SHINE!®
Here's a video we found on YouTube. According to the author jvr826, the video shows "rinsing off 1,000 miles of caked-on race pad brake dust." Most people would call that incredibe. We call it RejeX.
"One thing everyone has failed to mention is, REJEX has about the highest UV Protection on the market. We have used it on our 96' Buick Park Ave. White of course since day one. The car after 127K still looks brand new. We also started using it on the 07' Arctic White Vette, no doubt has the best shine of any product out there."
"While driving on a state highway yesterday I came up behind a slow moving line of cars behind a state truck towing a wet paint sign. They were painting the white stripe on the right side of the HY. I took the next exit avoiding the newly painted line. After arriving home I noticed paint overspray all over the right side and rear of my 2 month old CE GS. Thankfully I just put on a coat of Rejex a couple of weeks ago. With the combination of two weeks of brake dust and the Rejex it all just washed off with the exception of the wheel wells."
CorvetteForum Senior Member
"Rejex works great. I have two old 8 cylinder Detroit Diesels and I just rarely if ever get any soot at all on my transom; if and when I do get a trace it comes right off with a hose."
"I use RejeX on all the other cars since they stay out 24/7, and nothing seems to penetrate the RejeX, including bird droppings."
zunley.cn car blog
SO SLICK, BUGS CAN'T STICK®
"Anyone who’s ever made a haul like this knows that it usually results in a bug-splattered, tarry, road-goo messes on the boat—and I had plenty of them, running down the highway. I spent the next two days fishing, including two launches and retrievals, so I’d also be sure to have scum lines running down the hullsides and blood specks on the deck. Finally, I towed it back home, and stepped back to survey the results. At a glance, it did look like the boat was cleaner than it should be, I’d guess by maybe 25-percent. Good results, but the boat still needed a thorough clean-up. When I broke out the scrub brushes and soap, the real value of a coat of RejeX became apparent: instead of needing a thorough scrubbing and wax job to get the boat clean, all it took in most cases was a direct blast from the hose. Even in bad spots, a swipe with the brush—instead of lots of elbow grease—was all it needed to get rid of the grime and blood, and it cut my clean-up time significantly."