1200W Angle Polishing Machine £42.92 @ CPC
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1200W Angle Polishing Machine £42.92 @ CPC

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Found 4th Feb
Not a bad price in my opinion for a car polisher



  • Strong polishing machine suitable for polishing painted car surfaces
  • With safety switch, grip and speed frequency regulator (variable)
  • Includes 2x polishing covers and polishing pad
  • 2m cable
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12 Comments
Is't this round about the going rate for a no-name 1200w polisher? eg. £39.90 amazon.co.uk/gp/…031
Pro's wont use this. Non-pro's should use a DA one or you will burn the paintwork. Not really a product that is easy to recommend.
Tyranicus6622 m ago

Pro's wont use this. Non-pro's should use a DA one or you will burn the …Pro's wont use this. Non-pro's should use a DA one or you will burn the paintwork. Not really a product that is easy to recommend.


What does DA stand for?
Tyranicus661 m ago

Dual action


Thanks, so this isn't a dual action then?
welshblob2 m ago

Thanks, so this isn't a dual action then?


No mention of it. Being a no brand its hard to be totally sure. Honestly, when you consider you are probably polishing something worth 10's K its worth spending £100 on a proper DA polisher. Each to their own of course
Tyranicus662 h, 6 m ago

No mention of it. Being a no brand its hard to be totally sure. Honestly, …No mention of it. Being a no brand its hard to be totally sure. Honestly, when you consider you are probably polishing something worth 10's K its worth spending £100 on a proper DA polisher. Each to their own of course


Can you recommend a good beginners machine
marbark1 h, 16 m ago

Can you recommend a good beginners machine


Look for a DAS 6
I have a DAS-6. Can recommend
Our head paint tech swears by the silverline - thought it was just him but noticed the same one at my friend's showroom aswell --- when I checked on Amazon - it's the number one rated polished and has 300+ positive reviews --- so that would be an option especially as it comes in at under £40
Image shows US mains plug I think?
I have one similar to this (advised by a paint repair specialist) and I also have a DA. The DA is easier (lighter and feels better to move around the car) but of course a lot more expensive. There are plenty of tutorials on YouTube for these and I would say as long as you keep the car wet and machine moving you have little chance of damaging the paint.

Tips:

Apply polish and spray the car with water to keep it moist (especially on hot sunny days, its dries out quickly)
Do one panel at a time.
Use a smaller pad (not the ones that come with this, use the foam ones first)
Use the correct pad for polishing at first, there are different ones for scratches, polishing etc.
Use the correct polish, some are more abrasive than others.
Keep the speed down to about number 2 to start off with and not much faster even when you have the hang of it.
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