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Hilltop is spot on!


One thing that has worked well for me is using a spray bottle of water as soon as I land and spay the bugs. I let them soak for a minute or two then wipe them off with an old wash rag. I treat my leading edges, strut, cowl face, prop and spinner with Rejex a few times a year to make it easy.


JC

 
Check out the WashWaxAll products (https://washwax.com). The blue cleaner, red degreaser, and purple belly wash are are excellent products sold by Spruce or direct from WashWaxAll. They are water-soluble and made specifically for aircraft.

They are all I use in combination with Rejex and my paint still looks new after 27 years, (except for the rock nicks).
 
Rejex works well...there is no truly magic pill, but rejex works pretty good.  It they don't just wipe off with water, I grab the Lemmon Pledge, spray it on...wait a couple of minutes and that works well.  I also use Lemmon Pledge on all my windows and have been using it for 20 years...I polish my prop with it as well.  Plexus use to be the go to for windows but they've lost their mind on prices.


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What did you use to clean the really baked on bugs?

Mike

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Ive been using it for a dozen years or so...I polish the whole plane with it and as you say, bugs come off with water and a soft cloth.  My leading edges look like new.


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Subject: RejeX <<$23508566010$>>

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I purchased a bottle of RejeX, another product that promised to make removing bugs and exhaust stains a breeze. Following instructions, I cleaned my leading edges and then applied RejeX to the leading edges of my wings, gear legs and cowling before leaving TX for the Johnson Creek fly-in. I did not clean my plane until I returned to Texas and, no surprise, by then I had a LOT of bugs, dried bugs, on all the leading edges. Frankly, I did not expect much from RejeX and was surprised when I was able to easily remove all of the bugs with a wash cloth dipped in a tub of water every few minutes. It took a little bit of effort, but nothing like what it took to clean the bugs off my leading edges before applying RejeX.
Anyone else tried this product?

 
I just used a sopping wet, clean rag. That seemed to work just as well as some products I tried in the past to remove bugs.

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> View/reply online Reply to forum at PartsServiceSuppliers@skywagons.club Reply directly to David A. Smith at planeone@aol.com Ive been using it for a dozen years or so...I polish the whole plane with it and as you say, bugs come off with water and a soft cloth. My leading edges look like new.
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What did you use to clean the really baked on bugs?

Mike

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Ive been using it for a dozen years or so...I polish the whole plane with it and as you say, bugs come off with water and a soft cloth.  My leading edges look like new.


-----Original Message-----
From: John C Cox (4810jc@gmail.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com>
To: Parts and Service Suppliers <PartsServiceSuppliers@skywagons.club>
Sent: Sun, Jul 21, 2019 10:06 am
Subject: RejeX <<$23508566010$>>

View/reply online       Reply to forum at PartsServiceSuppliers@skywagons.club       Reply directly to John C Cox at 4810jc@gmail.com
I purchased a bottle of RejeX, another product that promised to make removing bugs and exhaust stains a breeze. Following instructions, I cleaned my leading edges and then applied RejeX to the leading edges of my wings, gear legs and cowling before leaving TX for the Johnson Creek fly-in. I did not clean my plane until I returned to Texas and, no surprise, by then I had a LOT of bugs, dried bugs, on all the leading edges. Frankly, I did not expect much from RejeX and was surprised when I was able to easily remove all of the bugs with a wash cloth dipped in a tub of water every few minutes. It took a little bit of effort, but nothing like what it took to clean the bugs off my leading edges before applying RejeX.
Anyone else tried this product?

 
Ive been using it for a dozen years or so...I polish the whole plane with it and as you say, bugs come off with water and a soft cloth.  My leading edges look like new.


-----Original Message-----
From: John C Cox (4810jc@gmail.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com>
To: Parts and Service Suppliers <PartsServiceSuppliers@skywagons.club>
Sent: Sun, Jul 21, 2019 10:06 am
Subject: RejeX <<$23508566010$>>

View/reply online       Reply to forum at PartsServiceSuppliers@skywagons.club       Reply directly to John C Cox at 4810jc@gmail.com
I purchased a bottle of RejeX, another product that promised to make removing bugs and exhaust stains a breeze. Following instructions, I cleaned my leading edges and then applied RejeX to the leading edges of my wings, gear legs and cowling before leaving TX for the Johnson Creek fly-in. I did not clean my plane until I returned to Texas and, no surprise, by then I had a LOT of bugs, dried bugs, on all the leading edges. Frankly, I did not expect much from RejeX and was surprised when I was able to easily remove all of the bugs with a wash cloth dipped in a tub of water every few minutes. It took a little bit of effort, but nothing like what it took to clean the bugs off my leading edges before applying RejeX.
Anyone else tried this product?
 
Yes and it works

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> On Jul 21, 2019, at 11:06 AM, John C Cox (4810jc@gmail.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:
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> I purchased a bottle of RejeX, another product that promised to make removing bugs and exhaust stains a breeze. Following instructions, I cleaned my leading edges and then applied RejeX to the leading edges of my wings, gear legs and cowling before leaving TX for the Johnson Creek fly-in. I did not clean my plane until I returned to Texas and, no surprise, by then I had a LOT of bugs, dried bugs, on all the leading edges. Frankly, I did not expect much from RejeX and was surprised when I was able to easily remove all of the bugs with a wash cloth dipped in a tub of water every few minutes. It took a little bit of effort, but nothing like what it took to clean the bugs off my leading edges before applying RejeX.
> Anyone else tried this product?
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I’ve used RejeX for years with similar results.  I use it on my Harley Ultra Limited as well.  I was a Corrosion-X dealer for years, so that is how I became familiar with RejeX.

Jim Hill
N2393C  54’ 180

On Jul 21, 2019, at 8:06 AM, John C Cox (4810jc@gmail.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:

I purchased a bottle of RejeX, another product that promised to make removing bugs and exhaust stains a breeze. Following instructions, I cleaned my leading edges and then applied RejeX to the leading edges of my wings, gear legs and cowling before leaving TX for the Johnson Creek fly-in. I did not clean my plane until I returned to Texas and, no surprise, by then I had a LOT of bugs, dried bugs, on all the leading edges. Frankly, I did not expect much from RejeX and was surprised when I was able to easily remove all of the bugs with a wash cloth dipped in a tub of water every few minutes. It took a little bit of effort, but nothing like what it took to clean the bugs off my leading edges before applying RejeX.


 

I purchased a bottle of RejeX, another product that promised to make removing bugs and exhaust stains a breeze. Following instructions, I cleaned my leading edges and then applied RejeX to the leading edges of my wings, gear legs and cowling before leaving TX for the Johnson Creek fly-in. I did not clean my plane until I returned to Texas and, no surprise, by then I had a LOT of bugs, dried bugs, on all the leading edges. Frankly, I did not expect much from RejeX and was surprised when I was able to easily remove all of the bugs with a wash cloth dipped in a tub of water every few minutes. It took a little bit of effort, but nothing like what it took to clean the bugs off my leading edges before applying RejeX.

Anyone else tried this product?

 
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