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Bought my first DA polisher


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Take a look on detailing world & there is a guide on there on using a DA + take a look on youtube at Junkman(just youtube his name and his channel/videos come up) I'll try and find the DW link for you.  Both of the above have really helped me.  Main advice from me though would be, don't use in any form of direct sunlight lol.  And just take your time & don't be offput by your first efforts if your not happy with them.  The more you use the DA & try different combos the better etc.  Here is the link from DW http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=63859 it's a long read that's the only downside

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32 minutes ago, jinjoh_ninjoh said:

Cheers mate I am a member on the detailing world forum too :) I will look at that link though and I will post my first attempts on here once I've done it :)

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I am as well but only ever look at the Studio & build threads, haven't been on there for about 6 months actually

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When I started out detailing I wanted the Duren DA but when I came to buy everywhere was out of stock :( I ended up with the DAS6 before upgrading to the Rupes 21. Let me know what you think to the Duren! Slightly jealous you get to start out with one! Haha.

Also, take your time with it. With a DA you're pretty much removing about 90% of your chances of burning through or causing any serious damage that can't be rectified. If you ever have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me!

Kieran

www.yorkshiredetailing.co.uk - approved resellers of the Highest quality detailing & Valeting supplies

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When I started out detailing I wanted the Duren DA but when I came to buy everywhere was out of stock :( I ended up with the DAS6 before upgrading to the Rupes 21. Let me know what you think to the Duren! Slightly jealous you get to start out with one! Haha.

Also, take your time with it. With a DA you're pretty much removing about 90% of your chances of burning through or causing any serious damage that can't be rectified. If you ever have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me!

Kieran

www.yorkshiredetailing.co.uk - approved resellers of the Highest quality Detailing & Valeting supplies

Cheers mate:) it get delivered tomorrow :) can't wait haha I don't suppose you do a glaze for white cars do you?? Just been on your website but can't seem to see anything

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