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10-19-2004 02:04 AM
Originally Posted by AbecX
My buffer got stolen
I never had one.
10-16-2004 05:41 AM
AbecX My buffer got stolen
10-15-2004 12:19 PM
Easy-E not sure?? prob at the most 2000rpm
10-15-2004 11:48 AM
Originally Posted by Easy-E
I have a [email protected] orbital 7"
what RPM does that spin? You need a high RPM to really make buffing worthwhile
10-15-2004 11:01 AM
Easy-E Cool..Thanks
10-15-2004 08:30 AM
YoBro check out http://www.autopia.org/ you will get all you need to know.

Wool is for severe damaged paint and Ive never known anyone to use a terry pad.

I use a finishing foam pad all the time unless the paint is in really bad condition.
10-14-2004 03:22 PM

Know this is going to be a repost more than likely but>>>.

What buffing pads do you use for each step... I have the mequires three step kit, I've heard so much about wool ,foam and terry pads...just want to get it right...also maybe a few tips on buffing...I have a [email protected] orbital 7" and my car is White....I know there is better waxes out there but for now I will have to go with the mequires...

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