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 Posted: Mon Nov 26th, 2018 08:05 pm
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Since I did so well shopping on black friday I thought I would look into a polisher. My intended use is for buffing sealants on the exterior, scratches in windows, and restoring light assemblies. I'd prefer an electric over air and I want one that will last.



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Harbor freight  looks like so far



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Eddie Money wrote:
Since I did so well shopping on black friday I thought I would look into a polisher. My intended use is for buffing sealants on the exterior, scratches in windows, and restoring light assemblies. I'd prefer an electric over air and I want one that will last.
I'm kinda a "detail nerd". I used to detail for a living, but now it's just for me and friends. I just bought one of these, Adams 15mm polisher and it works great.

https://adamspolishes.com/shop/exterior/polishing/adam-s-swirl-killer-15mm-lt-polisher.html 

It's kinda pricey but well worth it. You need an orbital polisher and those work best for removing swirl marks. I normally use mostly https://kleenfreaksamerica.bigcartel.com/ products, but Adams is who I go to as if KFA doesn't have what I need. Kleen Freaks is based in Europe but my friends have worked with them to bring their products state side (that's why "America" is at the end lol) and are just starting out but they have great products, wouldn't use them if I didn't like the products, friends or not.

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veedubtuner wrote:
Eddie Money wrote:

Since I did so well shopping on black friday I thought I would look into a polisher. My intended use is for buffing sealants on the exterior, scratches in windows, and restoring light assemblies. I'd prefer an electric over air and I want one that will last.
I'm kinda a "detail nerd". I used to detail for a living, but now it's just for me and friends. I just bought one of these, Adams 15mm polisher and it works great.

https://adamspolishes.com/shop/exterior/polishing/adam-s-swirl-killer-15mm-lt-polisher.html 

It's kinda pricey but well worth it. You need an orbital polisher and those work best for removing swirl marks. I normally use mostly https://kleenfreaksamerica.bigcartel.com/ products, but Adams is who I go to as if KFA doesn't have what I need. Kleen Freaks is based in Europe but my friends have worked with them to bring their products state side (that's why "America" is at the end lol) and are just starting out but they have great products, wouldn't use them if I didn't like the products, friends or not.

Thanks for the recommendation. I'll look it up. I decided after I saw some of the prices I'd wait till I really had the need.

Last edited on Wed Nov 28th, 2018 03:54 am by Eddie Money



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