Originally Posted by nm1oqrz
When I was at JC a few weeks ago I noticed that they had a product in the store called ReJex. The guy at P&S trailer where I was getting my trailer repaired said that it was great stuff and they use it all the time to shine and seal the Airstreams even over the clearcoat.
Anyone out there have any experience with ReJex or have heard anything good or bad about it.
'Been using Rejex for at least 15 years! I but it by the gallon!!!! It is on the front of every vehicle that I own.....especially the windshields. The stuff is so slippery that quite often while driving in the rain, I don't need wipers as the water just blows off at highway speeds. It is not a very long lasting product though...maybe 6 months.
I have found another polymer product that works equally well for general 'waxing' or final finish use. Groit's Garage (a mail order/internet care care business) offers their Paint Sealant product (Paint Sealant - Waxes & Sealants - Waxing - Car Care - Griot's Garage
Which I use on my daily driver vehicles once a year. It is a superior product that worked equally well on my 19CCD when I had it. All of their products are of excellent quality and perform as advertised. No 'snake oil' here!!