Get a PC (porter cable). They are about $75 or so and a great investment if you plan on keeping your ride top notch. It is great for novice detailers as it does not generate too much heat to mess up your paint, but just enough to get those minor scratches and swirls out.
Here ya go...support one of our vendors:Ok now I know what a PC is. But still lost becuase there are several Porter Cable tools out there and I still haven't found the one that was mentioned to use to remove the swirls on my car. Someone please help! :dunno:
Here's the link to the website that Justin (from Adam's Polishes) recommends for the Porter Cable. Rambit ordered one recently and it arrived in one week (plus he lives in Canada).Ok now I know what a PC is. But still lost becuase there are several Porter Cable tools out there and I still haven't found the one that was mentioned to use to remove the swirls on my car. Someone please help! :dunno:
Why yes I did. At the time I ordered my detailing supplies from Adam's Polishes they were on back order. Justin gave me the Tools Plus link and mine was $99.95 plus shipping. To Canada this was $126 so I'm very happy about that.
Apparently this PC is the most popular buffer and is definately suited for this job. All you get is the basic machine if ordered alone.I could be wrong but I think its not the PC that removes the swirls its the swirl remover,which ever product you decied to use that will take out the swirls.I think its the pads you choose also.
Hope you were talking about mine :biggrin:Wow, that is the shinest black I have ever seen. I would be afraid to get it dirty. Really sharp.
Shirt aye :biggrin:.......maybe should of been shorts too :scared:hey buddy put your shirt on