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Old 09-01-2007, 05:08 PM   #1
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so i got a brand new buffer for my b-day (1 and i was wonderin what u guys do for the best results.....be buffin 2marow or mon so advice is appreciated
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What type of buffer is it?
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It all depends on what kind you got. If it'* one of those 10 inch cheap buffers that you can find at Wal Mart, it'* really only good for waxing. And there are different techniques required also for orbital versus a rotary buffer.
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its a rockford 10" polisher/buffer...i think it just spins in a circle
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