Re: Waxing with a variable speed buffer?
I honestly can't imagine using a "buffer" for waxing. compounding and polishing, yes. but never in 25 years have i seen someone use a buffer with wax. buffers will make swirls with wax.
If you must use a buffer, please use a foam pad, and foam pad glaze. and go off all edges, not onto edges with the direction of the wheel.
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