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paulaldo

Polishing Machines

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Does anyone know a good cheap buffer please

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How can it damage your paint work if you don't put pressure on the buffer

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heat, buring from the speed of the pad/compound etcc, its not just as easy as turn on and go/not use pressure...... if this is what you think. stay away or you will seriously damage yor paint.....

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The one your thinking of looks like a large one, like a 9" grinder, in the wrong hands can do a lot of damage. if its just for personal cut and polish you want a smaller orbital one, leave less swirl marks and much lighter, I bought mine from a auto body and paint shop, cost under £40 is smaller so lighter, believe me it still takes it out of you arms and hands. plus it has speed control. use a velcro pad and just stick your polishing heads to it, then after pull off wash out and store.

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Hi,

I'd recommend the Halfords 240V Car Polisher, there about £45-50 and you can get different polishing heads our cars come up great.

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the da are ment to be a good starting off point unlike the grinder type which i have.... different pads=different compounds=cutting etc....

never run ur polisher dry..... if in doubt use a little spray of water to keep the heat down and constantly moist

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Does anyone know any multi buys on a da polisher

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