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RejeX polymer sealant #982014
09/05/07 06:48 AM
09/05/07 06:48 AM
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Wilmington, NC
harry j Offline OP
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Anyone tried this new stuff? I just received a bottle of it today and can't wait to try it. They claim you can use it on glass as well as paint and acrylic.

Harry

Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: harry j] #982015
09/05/07 01:25 PM
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It's a very popular product on the Corvetteforum, the people who use it rave about how slick their finish is. It seems to be especially good if you live in an area where you get a lot of bug splats, as they say they wipe right off very easily when you've got a coat of Rejex on the paint.


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Patman] #982016
09/05/07 07:30 PM
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BUGS! We got bugs! Great, just what I was looking for. Florida has to be the bug capitol of the world. Just threw on the first coat, and you're right Patman, it is oh so slick, now where's those pesky bugs!

Harry

Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: harry j] #982017
09/05/07 07:40 PM
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It's all that I will use. Very slick, bugs won't stick to it, even when alive (they can't crawl on it). You get the best results with 2 coats. Can be used on windows as well.

And it's not polymer, it's siloxane.


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Tempest] #982018
09/05/07 09:23 PM
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Definitely my second choice after Zaino.
I bought a bottle to try and use it on my windows.


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Colt] #982019
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I like Rejex or Zaino AIO ... either are excellent products.

Rejex was definitely easy on/easy off.


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Tempest] #982020
09/06/07 06:34 AM
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Quote:

It's all that I will use. Very slick, bugs won't stick to it, even when alive (they can't crawl on it). You get the best results with 2 coats. Can be used on windows as well.

And it's not polymer, it's siloxane.




Here's the MSDS
http://www.corrosionx.com/msds/rejex.pdf
which conforms the siloxane.


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Tempest] #982021
09/06/07 05:16 PM
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Quote:

It's all that I will use. Very slick, bugs won't stick to it, even when alive (they can't crawl on it). You get the best results with 2 coats. Can be used on windows as well.

And it's not polymer, it's siloxane.


Actually siloxane seems to be a polymer.

http://www.dowcorning.com/content/plastics/plassilox/plas_siloxanes2.asp?DCWS=Plastics&DCWSS=


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Colt] #982022
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It can be anyway:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siloxane
So I stand semi-corrected!


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Tempest] #982023
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Quote:

It can be anyway:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siloxane
So I stand semi-corrected!




OK
Polymerized siloxanes


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Colt] #982024
09/06/07 11:45 PM
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Silicones are polymers, so are acryllics. But polymers don't necessarily have to be silicone or acryllic. Silicone polymers tend to look good and have ok durabilty, and the number one trait is that they are easy to use. optimum spray wax is another example. Acryllics tend to more durable but less easy to use. They both crosslink, and I'd bet there are some products that have both. Do some research before using a silicone on your car so you can make an informed choice-From Wikpedia:

Polymerized siloxanes are commonly known as silicones, although this name is somewhat of a misnomer. A true silicone group has a double bond between oxygen and silicon...


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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Shelby] #982025
09/07/07 12:41 AM
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http://www.corrosionx.com/rejex.html
Quote:

RejeX contains none of the free silicone oils found in some other products that are known to contaminate paint and cause problems when repainting.




also:
Quote:

Curing is required to allow the monomers (polymer building blocks) that make up RejeX to attach to the surface being treated and to polymerize (crosslink) into a crystal-clear, impervious film



So I stand fully corrected now.

Last edited by Tempest; 09/07/07 12:47 AM.

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Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: Tempest] #982026
09/07/07 09:00 PM
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Wilmington, NC
harry j Offline OP
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I just got done applying a second coat of RejeX. The shine is remarkable, I would describe it as a hard shine. Bring on the bugs! It will be interesting to see if all the claims made by the manufacturer are true, stay tuned.

Harry

Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: harry j] #982027
09/07/07 10:23 PM
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I just bought two bottles from Skygeek seemed reasonably priced after hearing the comments on the board. I'm a very loyal Zaino user. What are the thoughts of applying this over it and can anyone vouch for durabilty of this say to Zaino or Klasse?

Re: RejeX polymer sealant [Re: faqulars] #982028
09/08/07 07:13 AM
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My current thinking is that a new polymer has to go right onto the paint surface, not over a wax or other sealant. I could not find Rejex locally, so I'm going with SynWax after buffing for scratches. Maybe 2 coats of Polymer and then a non-abrasive carnuba like GoldClass, Mothers or #26.

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