3 years of use review: My family owned a second-hand car showrooms for decades and I had to deal with car detailing A LOT! I used to polish (buffer) car paints by hand. Considering the increasing rigidity of my joints, I decided to switch joint oil for electric power but I was concerned that buffering with he wrong tool was going to leave ugly marks on the car paint.
I read a bunch of review and decided to give this product a try. I'm telling you, I can't think of any safest tool for buffering car paint. This tool is robust, easy to use, but forts of all... it doesn't leave ANY swirl marks on the paint. I worked on my old Subaru for 4 days to have the job done, but at the end I obtained mirror-like results by using this polisher. Great product!
My buffering tools: Porter cable 724XP Astro Pneumatic 4607 5" PU Velcro Backing Pad Chemical Guys - Hex-Logic Medium-Heavy Cutting Pad Meguiar's M1 Mirror Glaze Medium- and Heavy- Cut PORTER-CABLE 18007 6-Inch Lambs Wool Hook