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Car Polishers what are you using

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by NeddyBear, Dec 10, 2016.

  1. NeddyBear

    NeddyBear Veteran Mountain Biker

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    Looking at buying a car polisher and one of the grinder looking ones.
    Without spending a zillion what are you using and is good.
    I'd like to polish the front and rear bumpers and also the inside of the shower.
     
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    Wozza Well-Known Member

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    Im using the one from auto pro its the same a the supercheap one but cheaper and red (red go's faster) 79$ :)
    does the job and wont break the bank.....
    see page 2 of this online catalogue http://www.autopro.com.au/catalogue
     
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    I use a das6 from car care products but I believe Waxit sell a good cheapish version of a random orbital polisher too.
     
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    Yep had a look at the supercheap ones and have seen some terrible reviews about the velcro pads not fasting for very long.
    Now the Das6 the reviews are good and even the youtube comments are nice also the Waxit polishers and after checking out both sites there mush the same values.
    I've used the Scholl one step polishes before so maybe a Das6 Pro polisher and the Waxit Scholl polishers will do the job. Thanks guys.
    Update: www.carcareproducts.com.au www.waxit.com.au
     
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