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Does anybody have an opinion on using the products Film Fluid or RejeX?
 

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Anything WD40 can do, Fluid Film does it better and lasts longer. Seriously, there shouldnt be any doubt if you are asking about it, just go buy it.
 

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I read on a thread that people are using the products as protection against Love Bugs and road dirt. The manufacturer claims chrome protection against corrosion.
 

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Yea, Ive used it for bug clean up. I just put it on right after we wash it and its super easy to clean the bugs off next car wash.
 

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Never heard of either of those products...link or explanation?
 

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Never heard of either myself, but they sound good. Just another time consuming cleaning product. By the time you finish polishing, Armour Alling, ScothGuarding, chrome cleaning, tire/weatherstripping cleaning, engine cleaning, RainXing and now Fluid Filming and Rejexing ....you don't have time to drive the car. ;D ;D ;D
 

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GARYD said:
Never heard of either myself, but they sound good. Just another time consuming cleaning product. By the time you finish polishing, Armour Alling, ScothGuarding, chrome cleaning, tire/weatherstripping cleaning, engine cleaning, RainXing and now Fluid Filming and Rejexing ....you don't have time to drive the car. ;D ;D ;D
True, but the vehicle would be a masterpiece of eye candy.
 

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Plus you'd be affraid to drive it and get it dirty all over again. ;D

I felt like that after every car show I was in. ::)
 

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I use Rejex exclusively on my C5 corvette. It is a terrific product and will do a great job on your Terrain. It's widely viewed by those on the Corvette forum as the product to use on all paint and wheels!!
 

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I agree with the above post Rejex is the best product I have ever used.
 

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I have used RejeX on my 2010 Equinox and after using it I notice that the bugs etc dont stick to the paint in front as they previously did. I have used CorrosionX on my previous car and it stopped rust and sealed it from getting worse. I would recomend both products to any one who wants to provide Excellent protection to their vehicle!:)
 

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I use Rejex exclusively on my C5 corvette. It is a terrific product and will do a great job on your Terrain. It's widely viewed by those on the Corvette forum as the product to use on all paint and wheels!!
I agree!!! I have a White C5 Corvette and rejex is the only way to go. I found it only lasts a month or so but application is a breeze with no powder.

 

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I agree!!! I have a White C5 Corvette and rejex is the only way to go. I found it only lasts a month or so but application is a breeze with no powder.

I've found that Rejex is the best product out there for wheels. Brake dust hardly sticks to it and cleaning the wheels is very easy. Great for the paint also.
 

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Rejex on darker shades causes some clouding and shading of the finish. My Mayan Bronze Acura was difficult to get the hood and trunk to not have the shading/clouding. My neighbors red Camaro, same thing. I had to use a detail spray and a slightly damp towel to get the finish to true color. Adams Detail Spray is fantastic, and works very well. On my white Nox, Rejex was fine, since it is a light color or absence of color.
 

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My neighbor and I purchased two bottles of Rejex. I applied it to my 2010 Acura and he to his 2010 Camaro. I have a metallic brown, called Mayan Bronze and he a metallic red. Both of us have shadows, hazing, dark and light spots on the hood, roof and trunk lid??? We had to use detailer, and a damp towel to remove and the blemishes still come back. I will be washing with dish detergent to try and clean this stuff off, not a happy man with Rejex and for $34 for two bottles, I expected more.
 
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