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Old 03-20-2011, 12:40 AM   #1
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Default Polishers and detail kits for swirl removings

I'm slowly getting hooked in the whole detailing game, and I'm looking to purchase my first polishing kit.

So far my favorite is the Wolfgang Porter Cable 7424XP Swirl - Free Kit from autogeek. It's probably the best polisher for the buck, the only thing that sucks is I don't have a garage to keep it clean, but the Ti is deep need of treatment for swirls

thoughts?

another good site is jetblackcar dot com
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i use 3m compound..w/ millwakee buffer..3m wool pad for compound and 3m soft pads for polishing..

i use this stuff on freshly painted cars when paint is dull or to much texture..
and every car ends up like a mirror..

i order some other products that work better than 3m for polishing i cant remember the name..
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