Random Orbital Buffer, anyone?

  Graham. 20:06 27 Mar 2007

My new car is black. After washing and rinsing, and leathering off, I still have streaks and spots. I decided I need to wax and buff. I thought I would invest in an electric buffer, but google doesn't find any information or sources. Any recommendations, please?

  mark2 20:16 27 Mar 2007

click here

I have an earlier version of the above, used with a lambswool pad did the work for me when I had a dark coloured car.

  hzhzhzhz 20:16 27 Mar 2007
  mark2 20:18 27 Mar 2007

Polisher from black & wrecker click here

  tb64 21:15 27 Mar 2007

Argos, Tesco, Woolworths, Halfords, B+Q etc.....


  Fred Heartsun 21:48 27 Mar 2007

I use a large microfibre towel to dry it off, much better than leather. i also use a porter cable for polishing. more expensive than most, but gives great results.

  Graham. 22:11 27 Mar 2007

Thanks, all leads will be followed up.

  VoG II 22:16 27 Mar 2007

Failing those ideas, Mrs Graham and a J-cloth? ;o)

  alB 22:20 27 Mar 2007

I can highly recommend this product.. click here ...alB

  Forum Editor 23:05 27 Mar 2007

and can sympathise. One black car was enough in my life, I decided, and I have not repeated the exercise.

  Sic 12:05 28 Mar 2007

Exactly the same FE...they look great when they are clean and polished, but its a world of pain keeping them that way.

I find silver to be the best lazy mans choice.....

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