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    Is it best to use a rotary or a da buffer when buffing out wetsanded clearcoat

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigge31566 View Post
    Is it best to use a rotary or a da buffer when buffing out wetsanded clearcoat
    A rotary works best after sanding because it removes the scratches quickly and a duel action works well for removing swirls but takes too long to remove sanding scratches.

    If you're going to be doing much polishing it pays to get a "good" rotary buffer because the inexpensive ones don't have much torque and tend to slow down or stop when you press them against the surface. A good buffer like the one below maintains a constant speed which makes it easier to control and has less chance of causing problems.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigge31566 View Post
    Is it best to use a rotary or a da buffer when buffing out wetsanded clearcoat
    Something for you to see for yourself. Look at the video best suited to your question:

    http://autobodystore.com/forum/showt...tailing-Videos

    Henry

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