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jemasa5
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jemasa5 Jan 16, 12:54am - #84268 
2002 Black Toyota Celica GT
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ORBITAL WAXER/POLISHER

Just purchased an orbital polisher/waxer for my baby (not my chick but my Celica). Problem is, I have never used one before...anyone experienced with one??? Let me know.

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Speed4TheNeed Jan 16, 4:59am - #84269 

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http://www.icarumba.com/cobrands/content...a_bodycare4.asp

this site has lot of helpful information on orbital waxers & buffers..including how to use them, what products to wax with, what pads to buff with, etc.

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gtscelica05 Jan 16, 9:03pm - #84270 
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is it good? I just use Black Magic to wax my car.

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Evan
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Evan Jan 16, 9:40pm - #84271 

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What do you need to know exactly? I use one.. works fantastically smile

And I use Meguiars Gold Class wax.. it makes the car look like a Mirror afterwards grin

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Krayze Jan 17, 5:18am - #84272 

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they work really good but make sure everytime yuou use it you have a fresh pad on the buffer nad don't set it down pad side down. If you get any and i mean nay dirt on you buffer you will scratch the shit outta yoru car.

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Speed4TheNeed Jan 17, 5:22am - #84273 

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Originally Posted by gtscelica05
is it good? I just use Black Magic to wax my car.


if you know what your doing..a wax/buff job done by hand will always look better than an orbital waxer & buffer...these machines are basically for ease of use..their not necessarily better as far as looks are concerned.
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Evan Jan 17, 10:48am - #84274 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
Originally Posted by gtscelica05
is it good? I just use Black Magic to wax my car.


if you know what your doing..a wax/buff job done by hand will always look better than an orbital waxer & buffer...these machines are basically for ease of use..their not necessarily better as far as looks are concerned.


I apply the wax with the buffer, then go over any spots I missed by hand. Then I remove the excess by hand and use the buffer at the very end to get a nice even buff polish. I think using the buffer at the very end gives it a more uniform polish smile

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Krayze Jan 17, 11:37am - #84275 

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i agree a hand polish and wax looks better but in my spring clean up i clay bar, cleaner wax, polish, wax awsome shine but teh buffer takes about 2 hours off my time. i remove by hand by thw way

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