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Ferrex Car Polisher 1400W - £39.99 / £42.94 delivered @ Aldi
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Ferrex Car Polisher 1400W - £39.99 / £42.94 delivered @ Aldi

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Posted 11th Feb

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Seems a fair price, with 3 year guarantee

Product Description
Get that 'just-washed' sheen from the comfort of your own driveway and bring out the best in your car's paintwork with this 1400W Ferrex Car Polisher. This cross-surface car polisher benefits from a no-load speed of 600-3000rpm, variable speed dial, spindle lock and lock off switch. Coming with all the accessories you need, including a wool bonnet and a foam pad, this is a motoring essential for any car enthusiast! What's more you can rest assured that this item comes with a free 3 year warranty included as standard.

Contents
  • 1 x Front handle
  • 1 x Velcro sanding machine
  • 1 x Wool bonnet
  • 1 x Hex key
  • 1 x Foam pad

Features
  • Spindle lock
  • External brush change
  • Safety start switch
  • Variable speed dial
  • Round convenient front handle
  • Roatary rear handle
  • Lock off switch
  • No-load speed 600-3000rpm
  • Soft start
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If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more damage than good. Press a little to hard, stop in the same place to long and you'll end up with swirl marks every where. But usefull tool
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Good three year guarantee but lot of similar tools available for a lot less.
Much better to go for a dual action polisher.
Not voted.
Edited by: "paul29" 11th Feb
If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more damage than good. Press a little to hard, stop in the same place to long and you'll end up with swirl marks every where. But usefull tool
Baldy197211/02/2020 10:43

If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more …If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more damage than good. Press a little to hard, stop in the same place to long and you'll end up with swirl marks every where. But usefull tool


Was going to say exactly the same. This is not the same as quickly polishing with a cloth and could do some expensive damage if you don’t know what you’re doing
Doesn’t look like this is dual-action, which as I understand it means you can easily burn through your paint if inexperienced or not careful. Argos regularly seem to do a DA one for about £40-£50 - think I managed to get one for about £34 last year thanks to a deal on here. Still haven’t used it, but hey! Might be a better option for many.
Edited by: "finknottle" 11th Feb
Baldy197211/02/2020 10:43

If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more …If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more damage than good. Press a little to hard, stop in the same place to long and you'll end up with swirl marks every where. But usefull tool


My car has the marks from the previous owner
Baldy197211/02/2020 10:43

If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more …If you have never used one of these then be careful you can easily do more damage than good. Press a little to hard, stop in the same place to long and you'll end up with swirl marks every where. But usefull tool


I was thinking the same, useful tool in the hands of a pro valeter or experienced person. If you are inexperienced stick to a DA.
Will make some work for the re-sprayers as all the inexperienced users burn through their clearcoat . . .
As others have said, if you are new to machine polishing get a dual action polisher, far more forgiving, other things to think about are:

Pads, there are ones for cutting (getting rid of deep scratches) to simple polishing.
Speed, start slowly, and increase when comfortable.
Polish/Compound, again these differ and be very aggressive.
This will make it easier but it will still take a long time, you need to break down the polish/compound for it to work.
Clean the car thoroughly and clay-bar it, if you have one piece of dirt/grit this could pick it up and make a real mess.

Loads of help on youtube, I spent hours if not days researching before I did mine.
Would the dual action polisher be better than one of those 2 handed £25 buffer type polishers for the heavy handed inexperienced?
BlackCloud12/02/2020 11:47

Would the dual action polisher be better than one of those 2 handed £25 …Would the dual action polisher be better than one of those 2 handed £25 buffer type polishers for the heavy handed inexperienced?


Without a doubt, seriously don’t waste your time with one of those.

Invest in a DA and you will never regret it. Decent places will offer the correct pads and compounds to make a decent job of it.
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