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post #113 of Old 02-15-2012
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I have been detailing cars now for over 18 yrs.A good half of that with a twin speed sander/polisher (Ryobi) It is not the tool you use but how you use it.I use the slowest of the two speeds.Practice on something first.It takes a lot of work to burn thru.If you keep the buff moving,do not let it stay too long in one spot ,you will have no problem.If you hold pad flat to surface,it may jump around a little,due to friction.Lift one edge a little.By the way using the buff and cutters is a good way to remove scratches from perspex windows too.
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