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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-24-2004, 11:00 AM Thread Starter
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Those High Speed Buffers really work...

I bought some of that 3M compound (Rubbing and Perfect II)...All those swirl marks came out clean....I am really inpressed over this tool compared to my crappy orbital buffer...

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Then I went over it with some 3M hand glaze....Schweeet!

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hey man I am in the market to get a buffer and want to know what kind you are using. I always heard to stay away from highspeed buffing.

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Yes they do. I need to go get one BADLY. The one I used when I was working in paint/body burned up. I HATE Makita tools. I think the next one I get will be a Dewalt. I only need it for home use now anyways.
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hey man I am in the market to get a buffer and want to know what kind you are using. I always heard to stay away from highspeed buffing.

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If you don't know what you are doing, you should leave it ot professionals. It is extremely easy to burn the finish if you are not cautious.
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If you don't know what you are doing, you should leave it ot professionals. It is extremely easy to burn the finish if you are not cautious.
Very true but I already had some experience with them...I have a 13 amp Milwaukee w/ 0-6000 rpms...Its a heavier piece but I don't have to work as much. I've used the Makita quite abit. I tried to hear everyones advise on them high speed buffers, and I tried E-bay and lucked out on mine... They are expensive but its worth every penny.... Just remember to stay with the reputable brands like Dewalt, Makita, and Milwaukee (The stuff I see at Lowes or Home Depot...)

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