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Posted 31st Jan
A lot of people think these are unavailable in the detailing world.Get good reviews ,powerful 720W and a 5 year guarantee now with £10 off.This includes free del(over £30 spend
I just got one and payed with paypal good quality and well made
I have reserved the challenge DA from Argos but have gone for this instead as I feel this is a better product and 720W
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Technique is more important than the actual polisher.

Good price for this style of DA. Might use mine when the weather warms up.
zetecrob31/01/2019 10:21

Technique is more important than the actual polisher.Good price for this …Technique is more important than the actual polisher.Good price for this style of DA. Might use mine when the weather warms up.



Any tips or is youtube the best place to start?
qwales16 m ago

Any tips or is youtube the best place to start?


Try searching YouTube for junkman or forensic detailing channel. Also worth looking at detailing world forums
qwales31/01/2019 10:48

Any tips or is youtube the best place to start?


It's not a buy and start using thing. You'll need to get the right pads and compounds for your car (these aren't cheap) and IPA for wiping down. Then you'll need a practice car to figure out edges and curves, unless your not worried about polishing through the paint on yours but if that's the case not sure why you'd get one in the first place. It also isn't a quick process, just a bonnet will take a while and you have to keep cleaning/switching pads and if the paint needs 3 stages of polishing that's 3 different pads and compounds. And if course if you spend an afternoon doing your bonnet and decide you've had enough, your bonnet won't match the rest of your car any more.
Just food for thought
jumpinoffthbed31/01/2019 16:07

It's not a buy and start using thing. You'll need to get the right pads …It's not a buy and start using thing. You'll need to get the right pads and compounds for your car (these aren't cheap) and IPA for wiping down. Then you'll need a practice car to figure out edges and curves, unless your not worried about polishing through the paint on yours but if that's the case not sure why you'd get one in the first place. It also isn't a quick process, just a bonnet will take a while and you have to keep cleaning/switching pads and if the paint needs 3 stages of polishing that's 3 different pads and compounds. And if course if you spend an afternoon doing your bonnet and decide you've had enough, your bonnet won't match the rest of your car any more.Just food for thought



Ah, too late, I already went for it. Was just looking for something to polish up the camper as it is a total nightmare to clean. I used one of those double handed jobbies with t-cut last summer and made some progress but really needed something with a bit more Oompff. Sounds like I've over done the Oompff
qwales31/01/2019 16:18

Ah, too late, I already went for it. Was just looking for something to …Ah, too late, I already went for it. Was just looking for something to polish up the camper as it is a total nightmare to clean. I used one of those double handed jobbies with t-cut last summer and made some progress but really needed something with a bit more Oompff. Sounds like I've over done the Oompff


When you say clean do you mean restore the paint?
Edited by: "jumpinoffthbed" 31st Jan
jumpinoffthbed31/01/2019 16:07

It's not a buy and start using thing. You'll need to get the right pads …It's not a buy and start using thing. You'll need to get the right pads and compounds for your car (these aren't cheap) and IPA for wiping down. Then you'll need a practice car to figure out edges and curves, unless your not worried about polishing through the paint on yours but if that's the case not sure why you'd get one in the first place. It also isn't a quick process, just a bonnet will take a while and you have to keep cleaning/switching pads and if the paint needs 3 stages of polishing that's 3 different pads and compounds. And if course if you spend an afternoon doing your bonnet and decide you've had enough, your bonnet won't match the rest of your car any more.Just food for thought


You won’t burn through paint using a DA, unless you use a sanding disc
zetecrob36 m ago

You won’t burn through paint using a DA, unless you use a sanding disc


I didn't say burn I said polish.
jumpinoffthbed22 h, 27 m ago

When you say clean do you mean restore the paint?



Yes, it's badly faded and needs a proper t-cut and wax all over. I was quoted about £250 so thought I'd get some power tools in myself and give it a go. I've got one to practice on first :-)
zetecrob31st Jan

You won’t burn through paint using a DA, unless you use a sanding disc


Try detailing an Alfa then.... Easily done
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