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RejeX leaves a thin film polymer coating that is non-porous and so slick that most contaminants can’t penetrate or adhere to it.
This film prevents staining and adhesion of common contaminants such as diesel exhaust, road grime, the acids in bug splats, oil, tree sap, bird droppings, brake dust, etc.
While these contaminants will still get on your boat or car, since they can't stick, cleaning them off is easy and takes much less time.
RejeX also makes graffiti easy to remove, and can be applied to windshields to repel rain.
• Super-slick, non-stick, tough, plastic polymer coating
• Outlasts and out-protects waxes (since waxes degrade much faster)
• Less than 1 micron thick
• Moisture cures from water in the air
• Shelf life of 2 years when stored in a cool, dry place
Rejex is easy to apply and produces a deep, lustrous shine that outlasts the most popular waxes by months.
On a typical vehicle used daily, RejeX lasts from 6-12 months, with numerous reports from users who say it lasted well over a year on their vehicle.
High abrasion areas, like the leading edges of airplane wings, may require more frequent application – perhaps every 3-4 months.
RejeX is not a cleaner. It is important to get your vehicle as clean as possible prior to applying the product. RejeX leaves a durable protective barrier, but it will seal in stains just as effectively as it seals them out.
Do not apply RejeX over faded, chalky, oxidized paint; compound or polish first. Although RejeX can be applied over wax, this will shorten its service life as the wax will fail before the RejeX.
RejeX contains none of the free silicone oils found in some other products that are known to contaminate paint and cause problems when repainting.
While there are no specific UV inhibitors added to RejeX, it will still provide better protection against UV deterioration and fading than most wax-type products.
RejeX is a tough, impermeable, polymer film that outlasts and out-protects waxes. Waxes have a limited life span. As they degrade they lose their ability to protect. That’s why most wax-type products must add UV inhibitor chemicals.
RejeX seals painted surfaces behind a polymer film barrier, which effectively retards the oxidation process.
Finally, RejeX has an extraordinarily high refractive index, which means that the majority of light (including UV rays) is reflected from the surface rather than allowed to penetrate into the paint.
Two coats of RejeX is sufficient to practically eliminate 100% of UV damage.
RejeX is a very thin coating. A 16 oz bottle should cover a 35 ft boat or RV, a typical single-engine airplane, three SUVs, or 4 smaller cars.
It cures in 12 hours. Do not apply if rain is imminent. For best results, do not apply in direct sunlight. Under cover is best as this helps avoid bird droppings, windblown dirt particles, etc.
While not necessary, a second coat will add luster and extra UV protection.
Will RejeX keep hard water stains and mineral deposits off my boat?
Mineral deposits and water spots will be greatly reduced and generally can be wiped right off.
Will RejeX keep diesel exhaust soot off my boat?
It won't keep soot from accumulating over time, but it makes the deposits much harder to see and easier to clean. For problem areas like around exhaust thru-hulls, a second application of RejeX will help prevent exhaust stains.
Will RejeX keep the black streaks off my boat?
It won't keep them off, but it makes the deposits much lighter and easier to clean. For problem areas on your hull that often accumulate black streaks, a second application of RejeX is sometimes needed to reject these stains.