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Posted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 8:33 pm 
Parts Gopher

Age: 34

Posts: 55

Joined: 8th Aug 2010

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Ride: 09 FG XR6

Location: perth
WA, Australia

hey i was looking for a faster way to wax my car , so i decided to purchase a electric car
polisher from supercheap its one of the cheap types ROCKWELL RS4900 $89.OO , and now i've heard the cheaper polishers arn't safe and they can burn into ya paint and there not safe on clear coats just wondering if this is true ? if any one uses an electric polisher or can give us some more info on this topic would be greatly apreiated .thanks.
 Post subject: Re: ROCKWELL RS4900 CAR POLISHER
Posted: Sat May 28, 2011 11:24 pm 
Oompa Loompa

Age: 26

Posts: 29

Joined: 23rd May 2011

Ride: au2 ute 6cyl auto

Location: Camden
NSW, Australia

hi mate, run my own pro detailing bus. and will warn u too stay away from el cheapo buffers, especially ones that are solid orbital, not random orbital. I use a mint random orbit buffer with lake country ccs pads, was about $600 for a starter kit, try, all the best gear you will find.....but whatever you do dont use wool pads on a cheap orbital buffer.......not good at all!
 Post subject: Re: ROCKWELL RS4900 CAR POLISHER
Posted: Sun May 29, 2011 10:40 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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Age: 31

Posts: 591

Joined: 28th May 2011

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Ride: EF Futura DUH

Location: central coast
NSW, Australia

If its orbital your right (doesnt usually do jack S*#t). Rotary (looks like a grinder) but be extreemly carfull.
Rotary buffers can burn paint the second you touch it on the cars surface.
If this is what you have (that is the price of the rotary) get a decent foam pad and some light to medium cutting compound (Super cheap-Meguires do a good set of compounds).
At a lower speed 1000-3000 rpm it is safe-ish.
Be carful though dont be tempted to ramp up the rpm or sit on one spot too long!
Have a squiz at youtube to get a good idea on technique.



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