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Challenge Car Polisher only £7.49 at Argos

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Challenge Car Polisher

230V mains operated, easy to use buffer and polisher.

Polishing diameter 17.7cm.

Complete with 1 synthetic wool bonnet and 1 terry cloth bonnet.

1.8m cable.



Got one today wish I got one years ago I know it is not as big as the 2 hand jobies but I think any bigger than this and it would be a nightmare to use.
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#1
Good find have reserved i agree a one hander is better than a two hander:-D
#2
I have to say, that's not a bad deal at all :)

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/7505797A65UC226667X.jpg
#3
Thanks for the Pic Shambles.

You can actually use the sticky out part as a handle useful for when doing doors as you can hold it in place easier.
#4
What happened to good old elbow grease! Cheap though, voted hot.
#5
sabreliner
What happened to good old elbow grease! Cheap though, voted hot.
Try one I used to think the same but it is so easy and quick with little effort well worth £7.49 probably save money in polish aswell as it goes a lot further.
#6
Rather have a PortaCable
#7
I personally wouldnt waste my money on this, if your going to do a good job get the right tools, as mentioned above a portacable would be much better.
banned#8
buying this is throwing your money down the drain. I had one its useless, creates more mess than anything else and doesnt even polish, waste of time and wise of money. Good old elbow grease is best way...
#9
good price but rubbish make. i had a challenge polisher and it broke after about 4 polishes.
#10
nightshot;1561986
I personally wouldnt waste my money on this, if your going to do a good job get the right tools, as mentioned above a portacable would be much better.


And about 20 times the price - if you can't offer a sensible alternative then keep quiet!
:roll:
#11
MINCER;1562586
And about 20 times the price - if you can't offer a sensible alternative then keep quiet!
:roll:

He is stating his opinion!!! what makes your response more pertinent?
#12
Fantastic... what a bargain! if i could vote hot 10 times i would! Ive just made my 19 year Toyota look like this! Ignore the nay-sayers this time and go and buy one QUICK!!!!
http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q191/jameslemanski/Image859x.jpg
#13
MINCER;1562586
And about 20 times the price - if you can't offer a sensible alternative then keep quiet!
:roll:


Keep quiet yourself idiot, you obviously know nothing about professional car cleaning.
#14
lemanski
Fantastic... what a bargain! if i could vote hot 10 times i would! Ive just made my 19 year Toyota look like this! Ignore the nay-sayers this time and go and buy one QUICK!!!!
http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q191/jameslemanski/Image859x.jpg


Your car looks v v good. I'm worried though cause my car is almost 11 years old and has nice black paint and I wouldn't want to damage it as it is in near perfect condition (black paint scratches easier as the pigment used is the softest) I might buy a better name one, still worth while to try this out on hidden bit like under the bonnet etc.

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