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Old 12-15-2004, 05:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a craftsman orbital sander/polisher that I got to polish and wax. Anyone have any reservations about using it?

Also, what are peoples opinions about the california squeegie (sp?)?
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I have a craftsman orbital sander/polisher that I got to polish and wax. Anyone have any reservations about using it?

Also, what are peoples opinions about the california squeegie (sp?)?
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return the craftsman orbital sander and buy a porter cable. well. actually, what rpm's do the craftsman spin at?


california blade- i have one but only use it on the windows now. it is too easy for dirt to get trapped into the blade and create microscratches that you just got out with that new craftsman of yours.
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The RPM is 1400-1650. I'm going to try and add the link to the site...

Craftsmans buffer

Is this ok?
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Old 12-28-2004, 10:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I would really recommend the Porter Cable 7424 or 7336. THey are both pretty much the same thing. Then buy some nice Sonus Das pads and you will be ready to polish the hell out of your car.
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