Nothing attracts another motorist’s eye or turns the head of a pedestrian than a well polished and shiny car.
It has less to do with the kind of a car you drive be it a simple looking beetle or an SUV. How you maintain the outward appearance of the car is what matters here.
To help you achieve a glamorous appearance on your vehicle, a variety of automotive tools are offered in the car accessory market. One of the common tools that is prime in giving your car a new look is the car polisher buffer. Using this tool has never made car cleaning and polishing more easy and fun for all car owners.
The polisher buffer is the answer to the car owners who dreaded the tedious waxing job. Washing the car is tiresome enough but waxing just drains all your energy off. That is why this amazing buffer is offered, to take of the burden of waxing your car using your hand and a simple sponge.
Car polisher buffers can either be air or electrically powered. They may come with varying pads for the polish job, but all of them will serve the same purpose. The only consideration when purchasing a polisher buffer is the weight; lightweight buffers are more portable and easy to use.
The buffers have the advantages of giving your car a more even and impressive shine than when you would do it by hand. They are able to maintain the quality of effort applied throughout the polishing job so your car ends up shining from trunk to hood. The polisher buffer is once more ultimate in that it can spread the automotive wax more evenly on the car.
So how do you go about using the buffer? The first step is to always clean your car making sure all the painted parts are thoroughly cleaned. If any dirt particles remain on the paint, the polisher buffer can cause nasty looking scratches when places on the surface with the particles on it. There are two types of polishing pads for the buffer; the white pad for applying the wax with and the black pad for that glossy polish.
While working the polisher buffer on your cars surface always work the buffer in an arc motion along the surface. Never make a mistake of stalling on one spot with the buffer; otherwise the next thing on your budget will be car paint.
The type of polisher buffer to use will also depend on the condition of the paint on your car. If the paint is scratched and oxidized, a high speed buffer will go along with that. If the paint work is still as good new a simple orbital polisher buffer is all you need for the suave finish.
In addition to this the market also has a variety of buffers for purchase. For a standard looking finish you can go for the DW849 or the D/A polisher buffer. Another one to consider is the Mountain MTN7325 that comes with a 7” pad and sufficient high speed action. If you care a lot about your car’s paint work, a good suggestion is the Cyclo polisher buffer. Its dual headed and can rotate and oscillate simultaneously to gloss up you ride without hurting the paintwork.
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