Auto XS car polisher £16.99 Aldi
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Auto XS car polisher £16.99 Aldi

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Found 27th Jun 2017
Was looking at buying a car polisher for my old car to shine it up a little. Came across this...seems like a good deal.

Maybe not the best for high end cars but midrange should do the job.

If anyone has or used one please feel free to give some feedback!!



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Sold out online and In store from Thu 11 May. mistake?
saw it in shop last weekend, seems it's single speed.
jjmmww18 h, 25 m ago

Sold out online and In store from Thu 11 May. mistake?


Available in store...just picked one up at Hatfield had about 5/6 left.
Will give it a try over the weekend if weather allows me to.
peggy794 h, 59 m ago

saw it in shop last weekend, seems it's single speed.



Not entirely sure. However I have read some reviews on car forums piston head etc and good reviews for newbies like me. Not for the pro
This will be very under powered. OK for polishing after wax application I guess.
No point to use this with polishing pastes. Better just to attach polishing pad to electric drill if on the budget.
Can this be used with Autoglym SRP ?
JJ1005 h, 50 m ago

Can this be used with Autoglym SRP ?


yeah, used the same polish with a similar device from lidl a few years back
I started out with one of these years back, they are ok for applying/buffing polish and wax and the bonnets are usually cheap to buy. Just don't expect to get swirls and scratches out with one of these.
I hope these increase in value over time as I got an rac branded one about ten years ago and it's still currently in my shed unused!
WAWG

I started out with one of these years back, they are ok for … I started out with one of these years back, they are ok for applying/buffing polish and wax and the bonnets are usually cheap to buy. Just don't expect to get swirls and scratches out with one of these.


lol tried it over the weekend...shakes like hell?? so stopped after 5 mins on a small panel.. My cousin managed to do the full car with it successfully car is shining....although a closer look i feel more scratches have been revealed. He applied polish directly onto the car, waited then onto the polisher.

Not sure if it was done correctly just followed a YouTube clip.
Some silicone polishes or cutting compounds will temporarily fill/mask the scratches which would be ideal when using this type of polisher. There should be different bonnets for applying, buffing and finishing. Straight overlapping slow passes across the panel side to side then up and down. You get use to the vibration. Its trial and error to get the best finish.
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