Re: power polisher/buffer - Any recommendations?
I use a dewalt variable speed. they are the same as snap on, and black and decker.
you did not ask for any advice, but here is a little. use a clay bar to remove all fallout deposits, the wool wheel will burn it into the paint before it removes it completely. try not to use a wool wheel unless you absolutely have to. wool pads leave the wheel marks. use a foam pad from 3m or who ever. there are different grades of foam pads. you can use compound with foam, but you should not really need it unless the paint has alot of nasty scratches or stains. try a small spot with just glaze to see how it will look. and last but not least, always go OFF of the edges, crack open hoods, doors, ect, and use tape on a panel next to the one your buffing when needed. just glaze and foam pad does not burn paint to easily.have fun
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