I am in the market to get a polisher and I need some help. I am considering a Cyclo with two heads because I have heard great things about them and that it is harder to ruin your paint if you are a begginer. To all the pro's on this site:
1. Should I purchase a two headed buffer or one?
Alright so I did a decent amount of searching looking for information on the different types of pads that I can use on my new PC7424 but I couldn't find what I was looking for.
When I bought my PC I bought an orange pad and a black pad. From what I've seen on a few other sites is that the...
I am sick of wax and polishing by hand. I was considering this:
(orbital polish and wax kit)
I just want to know if it does as good of a job as it says. Is it really that much better?
So, the PC is like 120 bucks and the Coleman is 40.
I like the variable speed idea for the PC... but, damn, 120 bucks...
Is it really worth the extra money, and if I do go with the Coleman would I be messing anything up?
i have a orbital buffer but i dont really care for it.
i think a rotary buffer ( if that is what its called ) is better.
when i worked at a body shop those fuckers could really make a car shine. i cant duplicate it with this orbital buffer from craftsman.
what are your opinions. cuz...
I'm want to buy a buffer tomorrow.
Do I need to buy that $150 Porter cable D/A polisher???
or can I got with the $25 Ryobi 10" from Home depot?
I'm only going to use the polisher once every 3 months, so can I buy a cheeper orbital buffer?
Is there any DANGER in using a cheaper orbital...
I heard that i should stay away from buffers because they can really fuck up the paint if you don't know what your doing.
Then i heard of one that was called a something something 2470 or 2740 orbital.
I forgot the name but it had a number i do remember. It had 2 words for the first name...