Not technically a wax, RejeX has the consistency of suntan lotion and is actually a thin-film polymer coating that the manufacturer says “provides the ultimate, durable high-gloss protective finish for vehicles of all types.”
I aimed to find out. So, I pulled the sled out, the poor girl filthy after the past few fishing missions….
As per the instructions on the bottle, I washed and dried the boat and then lightly buffed the hull with RejeX and a clean rag. The all you do is let it sit for 10-15 minutes and then wipe off. A little goes a long way — I was able to do the whole outside of the boat and the gunwales with about one half of a 12-OZ bottle.
To ensure the coating properly cures, allow it to sit for 12 hours before getting it wet.
The in result was impressive… The hull of the boat was extremely slick and shiny…
Three trips later, the boat looks as slick as ever — and I still don’t have a scumline! My initial impression is this stuff is awesome and I think RejeX could be a real godsend in the never-ending battle against roe stains! That’s probably when it will be worth its weight in gold.
Apparently, this non-wax coating protects up to 6 months. My only caution for you would be to be careful not to apply it anywhere you stand or walk because the coating is extremely slick!
Next up, I plan to try it on the ol’ tow rig. I’ll report…
In the meantime, check out RejeX at KONEZONE