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    Quote Originally Posted by joecranejoe View Post
    does anyone know where i would look on how to use one of these polishers?

    like how the process actually works...
    Just google some info on buffers etc i bet theres loads of guides on the net then u will get some kind of idea, or find some1 whos got one and have a watch and go


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    I've got a silverline rotary polisher, absolutely fantastic and cheap! Also has variable speed making it easy to work with.

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/polish.../prod_513.html

    I use the rotary with sonus pads and menzerna polishes and get fantastic results!

    You will get better results from a rotary than a DA polisher no question!

    I used a polisher for the 1st time last year and was very concerned about what people had said about burning through the paint etc... if you use common sense then you have nothing to worry about!

    BMW paint is so hard that unless you put full weight on the polisher and held it in place for 5 minutes without moving you may damage the paintwork.. but obviously your not going to be doing that!!

    Plenty of videos, tutorials for rotary polishing on youtube and google is your friend for getting this sort of info
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