REJEX PROTECTS AND BEAUTIFIES
SMOOTH PAINTED SURFACES, LIKE GLASS, ACRYLIC,
GELCOAT / FIBERGLASS, & GLOSSY PLASTIC
From Corrosion X Technologies another "must have " product!
We have made this available in easy to use .5 oz packs since RC sailboats dont need a large bottle for application!
Perfect for protecting vinyl decals , gel coats and paint finishes on radio sailing boats and all other RC craft !! Also provides easy wipe down and clean up of grime and keeps your finish protected and fast !
RejeX® is a proprietary thin film polymer coating technology designed to provide a high-gloss / ultra-high-release surface. RejeX is commonly used as a paint sealant providing a better performing alternative to wax-type products for owners who want to maximize protection and shine on vehicles of all sorts, including aircraft, cars, motorcycles, boats and RVs.
RejeX has a higher refractive index than any wax, so it produces richer, deeper looking colors. The product dries water clear, and unlike wax-based products, never yellows. This highly durable coating produces a deep, lustrous shine that outlasts other products by months.
This very thin film, only tenths of a micron thick, reduces adhesion of all common contaminants such as road grime, exhaust, oil, bug splats, bird droppings, brake dust, tree sap, pollen, tar and grease. RejeX also provides exceptional UV protection.
- Apply to a clean, dry surface that is cool to the touch. Avoid appling in direct sunlight when ambient temperatures are greater than 85° F. On hot days, we recommend RejeXing in the shade, early morning or in the afternoon.
- After RejeX dries to a haze (about 10-20 minutes), wipe off with a clean cloth. Unlike waxes that require strenuous rubbing or buffing to remove, RejeX should wipe off easily.
- Allow RejeX to cure for 8-12 hours out of the elements. The higher the humidity, the faster RejeX cures.
- While it it not uncommon for a RejeX treatment to last well over a year, for optimum protection, reapply every 6 months or as needed (e.g. when bugs and other contaminants begin sticking to leading edges of wings and front bumpers, when brake dust begins sticking more tenatiously to wheels, etc.).