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In Reply to: RE: Soap matters.... posted by Rod M on June 11, 2017 at 18:59:44
You don't need a buffer. A clay bar to clean the surface first & some elbow grease.
Then some Meguiar's carnauba paste wax.
Yes, drive through car washes are a sin.
I mean a tool. I like that kid that has one. His new one pivots and rotates in two directions. He uses it for compounds, restoring yellow head lights and whatnot. You can't screw up with these super models because it won't get too hot.
Personally, I have no experience in the buffers and am happy to use his elbow grease.
Lightweight, even application. Better than the Makita I had (and lent to a friend many moons ago).
That looks really handy for waxing and whatnot. The kid is a nut and has to have the German super, duper unit. I just checked, it's a Flex XC3401VRG. I wouldn't dare touch it for fear of his wrath.
6-inch random orbital. Mine is much smaller 3-inch. I still have a 6-inch Makita, somewhere. Check out this listing! Must by the "Western Electric" NOS version!
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