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Old 07-15-2009, 10:49 AM
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The X is done "curing"..... rejex removed and looking sharp

Got up early to beat the sun coming around and shining on my driveway and put a nice coat of Rejex on the X.

Now it sits in the garage for 12 hours to let the Rejex cure.

I guess I'll just have to suck it up and drive the C6 today lol.

Pics when it's done.
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Must be extraordinary stuff...my Zaino goes on and buffs off
in about an hour, if I'm slacking. "Curing"? Damn...I gotta see
this; maybe Gresch will pull out one of his cams and post a pic.
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The Rejex must be a great product with a great result... but at what cost? He now has to drive the C6? Poor guy will know he's not in his X5...
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Must be extraordinary stuff...my Zaino goes on and buffs off
in about an hour, if I'm slacking. "Curing"? Damn...I gotta see
this; maybe Gresch will pull out one of his cams and post a pic.
LOL! I use Meguiars NXT 2.0 wax and Mequiars polishes on the vette, but the X sits outside 24x7x365 so I would have to wax it twice a month.

Rejex needs to cure on the car for 12 hours, you can buff it sooner but it won't last as long, it's a polymer orginally developed for use on airplanes, and lasts about 4-6 months depending on weather conditions etc. I usually apply a coat in the spring and fall and sometimes a 3rd time if need be.

Normally I would apply a coat of Rejex in the late afternoon and buff it off the the next morning (takes about 15 minutes to remove) but I had plans this afternoon etc etc so I put it on this morning. So tomorrow morning I'll buff it off and be good for the next 3-6 months.

By the way, Rejex can be applied to the wheels, headlights, tail lights and glass, it's great stuff.

No wax i've ever used, zaino/meguiars/etc, has ever lasted as long as or looked as good as Rejex (over time).

Here's a link for you chuckleheads:

RejeX®: So Slick, Bugs Can't Stick!
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The Rejex must be a great product with a great result... but at what cost? He now has to drive the C6? Poor guy will know he's not in his X5...
I've been driving the Vette a lot this summer, drove up to Cape Cod and back last week, had a blast.
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Here it is, waiting for the rub down in the morning

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Wow that looks like a very small garage how the hell do you get in and out of the car?
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Wow that looks like a very small garage how the hell do you get in and out of the car?
It's just the camera angle and the photochop. A full size GMC Yukon fits in there with no problem.
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