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04-23-2006 08:33 PM
flatford39
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Originally Posted by 73oldsman
My budget allows me the same buffer I've used forever. Works fine and doesn't leave buffer swirls! Low cost manual operation!
All joking aside there are a number of spots on my latest project that need to be hand buffed with rubbing compound. Anyone have a tip on the best way to do it??? Old Terry towels??? Wax applicators???? What do you guys use???
04-18-2006 02:30 AM
ChevyTruckGuy Leather driving gloves keeps my hands soft.

Craig
04-14-2006 04:35 AM
73oldsman
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Originally Posted by steve t
dose it leave blisters on your drive shaft?
Not if you use a quality liquid wax!
04-13-2006 06:25 PM
steve t [QUOTE=73oldsman]My budget allows me the same buffer I've used forever. Works fine and doesn't leave buffer swirls! Low cost manual operation!

dose it leave blisters on your drive shaft?
04-13-2006 06:12 PM
sha_ba_do_bang I've been using a hitachi for a couple or years now, it sees alot of use with buffing and paint stripping with wire wheel and also works my shrinking disc, i have alot of hitachi tools and they are very good quality

Brendan
04-13-2006 08:26 AM
73oldsman My budget allows me the same buffer I've used forever. Works fine and doesn't leave buffer swirls! Low cost manual operation!
04-09-2006 06:17 PM
flatford39
Need to purchase

a new hand held buffer. I am on a budget like everyone else these days but would appreciate knowing what all of you are using these days. I am a hobbyist not a commercial user. Thank you in advance for any direction.

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