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    Active Member Two Rings
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    RejeX paint sealant - anyone familiar?

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    http://store.rejex.com/rejex/

    The claim that it is good for 60 wash cycles after 50 hours curing is compelling.

    A buddy used it in small airplane detailing told me about it. He learned it from a Military vet.

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    Senior Member Four Rings pdqgp's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by A5SB18 View Post
    http://store.rejex.com/rejex/

    The claim that it is good for 60 wash cycles after 50 hours curing is compelling.

    A buddy used it in small airplane detailing told me about it. He learned it from a Military vet.
    I'm familiar with it but don't use it. It's a fairly basic synthetic sealant. IMO if you want the best longest lasting protection, move to ceramic coatings. Solid players in that space all offer consumer products that are easy to apply. 1 day cure time, 1 week before washing is all that is really needed.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings RWD2quattro's Avatar
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    I bought a bottle of Rejex, cleaned car then proceeded to apply Rejex. Apply a thin coat on each section, wait 10 min to dry/haze and remove, don't drive car for several hours for curing time. Application left a nice glassy/acrylic shine but application left a little residue around the edges of Xpel clear bra but came of easily. The next day I finished it off with Kenotek showroom shine . Repeated process again the following weekend.
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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by RWD2quattro View Post
    I bought a bottle of Rejex, cleaned car then proceeded to apply Rejex. Apply a thin coat on each section, wait 10 min to dry/haze and remove, don't drive car for several hours for curing time. Application left a nice glassy/acrylic shine but application left a little residue around the edges of Xpel clear bra but came of easily. The next day I finished it off with Kenotek showroom shine . Repeated process again the following weekend.
    How long have you had the RejeX? How many coats? The RejeX does not leave a good shine?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings RWD2quattro's Avatar
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    Applied two coats, left a nice gloss. Second coat applied over Thanksgiving weekend.
    Thatís it.
    2014 S4, Audi Exclusive DRM, 6MT, 034 Stage 2+ E40 (3.385), AMS Cooler, AEM meth kit (750cc), Autotech HPFP, ADV. 1 wheels, BlownOne Ported Throttle-body, CR-15, CF low kick spoiler, Deval CF, Jokerz Ported blower, JHM LWFW/3R, Eurocode goodies, KW V3, ST6 BBK, USP SS clutch line, XPEL full wrap.
    Gone: 2012 S4 Brilliant Black, Prestige, S-tragic.



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