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Post by RSspeeddemon on Fri Sep 25, 2009 11:04 am

Buffers and Polishers

Detail King features a nice selection of professional rotary buffers and orbital polishers. The difference between a buffer and polisher is that a rotary buffer rotates the head of the buffer through revolutions. These revolutions are circular and are called RPM's; revolutions per minute. Most quality high speed rotary buffers are variable speed meaning you can adjust the speed anywhere from 0-3000 RPM's. Rotary buffers are usually used with "paint leveler" products to remove imperfections like repairable medium to deep scratches, wet sanding micro scratches, spider web swirls, paint oxidation, water spotting, and orange peel markings.

Without practice and proper training it is possible to cause damage to painted surfaces with a high speed rotary buffer. We offer hands-on training courses, both private group training, and training at our weekend seminar workshops. Check out our Makita, Dewalt, and Milwaukee high speed rotary buffers on this page. We also offer random orbital polishers. These polishers are a great way to apply your final coat of protection to a painted cars surface.

Our polishers can also be used to correct very minor repairable imperfections in the paint. Orbital polishers will not "level out" scratches in the paint but only fill those scratches in with polish or glaze. Every professional detailer needs an orbital polisher to offer basic polishing and sealing services for vehicles that do not need more aggressive paint correction that a high speed rotary buffer would provide. Check out our article on buffers and polishers in the Auto Detailing Articles section on this web site.

Cyclo Polisher
The Cyclo Polisher has dual orbital action heads. Cyclo's exclusive "gentle hand" cam action allows the two heads to move independently in overlapping motions.

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Gem Orbital Polisher
This tool is used to apply wax or sealant after the vehicle is buffed with the Makita Variable Speed Buffer. You can also use it to clean & polish the paint with the proper polish/cleaner prior to you
waxing.

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Porter Cable Random Orbital Polisher
ON SALE NOW!! Porter Cable Dual Action Polisher #7424 - The Ultimate Car Polisher for the serious auto care enthusiast or the do-it-yourselfer who wants an automotive polisher that is safe to use and provides awesome results.

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Dewalt Heavy Duty Variable Speed Buffer
This rotary buffer features a dial speed limiter and variable speed trigger. Handle attaches to left or right side. Electronic module provides full power, even under load, from 1,000 to 3,000 rpm. Heat-treated, precision-cut gears for smooth operation. External brush caps for easy servicing.

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Makita Variable Speed Buffer - 0-3000 RPM
A dual-action polisher (random orbital) just isn't enough for really tough scratches and swirls. You need the cutting power of a serious rotary buffer to penetrate the clear coat and smooth over rough edges to restore your paint to its original flawless finish. The Makita 9227 7" Polisher does just that.

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Milwaukee Heavy Duty Variable Speed Buffer
This "snub nose" style heavy-duty buffer features an exclusive electronic dial speed control-ideal for clear coats. 0-2800 RPM. Powerful 11 amp motor, spindle lock for convenient accessory change, aluminum gear case with protective urethane bumpers, self stopping long life brush system.

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