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Random Orbital Polisher - Recommendations

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by JonFull2015QX70, Jun 27, 2018.

  1. JonFull2015QX70

    JonFull2015QX70 Member

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    Can anyone recommend an random orbital polisher you use for your vehicle that doesn't cost a whole paycheck? I'm looking for one that's good, but not top of the line like Flex or Torq (though would love to have one, just too $$$ for my taste).

    Do cheap polishers you find at Wal-Mart, Auto-Zone, Advance Auto Parts etc., for around $30-$55 work just as well long as you put more $$$ into the pads/polish products?

    Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. jumbosrule

    jumbosrule Premium Member Premium

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    I've only ever used the Porter Cable 7224 and it has been rock solid for 6 years. Got my recommendation off of AutoGeek.com back when I researched it. Not sure saving on the cost of this will save you money in the long run.

    yes, good applicators and products help. I guess it just depends on where you see the value. I can spend $80-100 on applicators and products every single year - but I do take care of three cars.
     
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