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  • POWERFUL – backed by 600 watts, the polisher operates at six different speed settings from 1500-6800rpm (no load) to buff and polish metal, plastic, tiles, car paint & more
  • COMPLETE KIT – includes 4 X pads, 1 X microfibre cloth & 1 X wash mitt, all neatly packed within 1 X canvas carry case
  • ERGONOMIC ADJUSTABLE HANDLE – features adjustable handle for added control. Secure the adjustable handle in a suitable position for added operational comfort and balance. Long 6m cable for easy access to your projects without a nearby power source.
  • DUAL ACTION – the dual action oscillation relies on two simultaneously operating spins to keep heat and friction to a minimum for surface protection
  • 180mm PAD – ideal for small intricate projects and large surfaces alike. Free 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty Included.

VonHaus Random Orbital Polisher Kit
Get your car, boat or motorcycle looking like a new pin with this VonHaus Random Orbital Polisher Kit. High shine, perfectly smooth and protected – achieve the finish you want. Thanks to multiple accessories, this tool is designed to suit a variety of materials – including plastic, aluminium & tiles.

Achieve Superior Results
The impressive 600W motor and 6 variable speed settings provide all the speed needed to gently or firmly treat surfaces - and maintains an even RPM rate, even when applying a little pressure.

The speed range varies from 1500-6800rpm.

This polisher is fitted with a slow-start feature to effectively spread polish before reaching full speed.

Speed setting Application
1-2 Polishing vehicle paintwork.
3-6 Buffing kitchen & bathroom tiles.
5-6 Buffing/polishing aluminium & stainless steel.

Complete Kit
What use is a quality tool without the accessories you need to get started? This complete kit comes with 4 X 180mm polishing and buffing pads. It also contains a microfiber cloth and wash mitt to assist with the correct surface preparation prior to polishing.

1 X Red:
hard for the removal of scratches, swirls and oxidation.
2 X Yellow: medium polish application and removal of light swirl marks.
1 X Black: soft for polishing.

Adjustable Handle
Compact and lightweight at just 3kg, the 180mm polisher benefits from an ergonomic D-type handle and TRP soft grip side handle for enhanced comfort over long periods of operation. The interchangeable side handle will suit left, right and ambidextrous users.

Specification

Input power: 600W
Rotation speed: 1500-6800/min
Base removal wrench X 1
Hex key X 1
180mm Connecting plate X 1

Compatible with polisher backing pads with a 5/16” thread.

Must have hook and loop backing.

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Never tried this one but I'd be lost without my DA
Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. They're quite bad the ones we have , caused by wiping the car whilst dirty with a towel
I've tried t-cutting and polishing several times and whilst there is a vast improvement the swirl marks do seem to remain and then get worse again maybe as the polish layer wears down again.
I'm considering getting a polisher to get the job done myself but have my reservations on whether it will work or not and don't want to spend a load of money trying to fix the issue for it to fail , I'd be gutted ! … so any advice or pointers guys would certainly help
rooney1023/08/2019 11:55

Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. …Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. They're quite bad the ones we have , caused by wiping the car whilst dirty with a towel I've tried t-cutting and polishing several times and whilst there is a vast improvement the swirl marks do seem to remain and then get worse again maybe as the polish layer wears down again.I'm considering getting a polisher to get the job done myself but have my reservations on whether it will work or not and don't want to spend a load of money trying to fix the issue for it to fail , I'd be gutted ! … so any advice or pointers guys would certainly help



one of these would do the trick with the with a good compound polish
rooney1023/08/2019 11:55

Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. …Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. They're quite bad the ones we have , caused by wiping the car whilst dirty with a towel I've tried t-cutting and polishing several times and whilst there is a vast improvement the swirl marks do seem to remain and then get worse again maybe as the polish layer wears down again.I'm considering getting a polisher to get the job done myself but have my reservations on whether it will work or not and don't want to spend a load of money trying to fix the issue for it to fail , I'd be gutted ! … so any advice or pointers guys would certainly help


It will work providing you know what you’re doing. Quite easy to make worse if done wrong though. Recommend watching some how to YouTube videos if you do want to have a go yourself or using a professional
Can anyone recommend a product that can be used with DA polisher to remove very fine swirl/scratches.
As above if you dont know what your doing don't do it, the science behind whirl marks is to take a very thin layer of the clear coat of the car so removing some marks and whirls, problem is you can try and go too deep and actually take all the clear coat off. The trick is to take a uniform layer off, and to do that you need experience. I took my old run around to a pro and he charged me £80 I think, the car came back much, much cleaner than it was.
benjyFJH23/08/2019 12:19

It will work providing you know what you’re doing. Quite easy to make w …It will work providing you know what you’re doing. Quite easy to make worse if done wrong though. Recommend watching some how to YouTube videos if you do want to have a go yourself or using a professional



Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit for me. Presumably if I am using the correct amount of compound and the correct pad then I'm all good ? Obviously , dropping the polisher onto the car or not attaching a pad properly could result in damage to the car but other than that is there anything specific that would cause the swirls to be worse than they are now ?
Thanks in advance for any you advice you can offer, its all extremely useful
I can confirm you can't polish a turd with this 😞
rooney1023/08/2019 12:24

Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit …Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit for me. Presumably if I am using the correct amount of compound and the correct pad then I'm all good ? Obviously , dropping the polisher onto the car or not attaching a pad properly could result in damage to the car but other than that is there anything specific that would cause the swirls to be worse than they are now ?Thanks in advance for any you advice you can offer, its all extremely useful



if you dont clean it properly first , you could make it worse , must be clay barred to get all deposits off
Sprograt23/08/2019 12:23

Can anyone recommend a product that can be used with DA polisher to remove …Can anyone recommend a product that can be used with DA polisher to remove very fine swirl/scratches.



cleanyourcar.co.uk/meg…und
Are these just for scratch removal or can you use them for general polishing on good paint?
ycsb23/08/2019 12:43

Are these just for scratch removal or can you use them for general …Are these just for scratch removal or can you use them for general polishing on good paint?



with the right pad you can
rooney1023/08/2019 12:24

Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit …Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit for me. Presumably if I am using the correct amount of compound and the correct pad then I'm all good ? Obviously , dropping the polisher onto the car or not attaching a pad properly could result in damage to the car but other than that is there anything specific that would cause the swirls to be worse than they are now ?Thanks in advance for any you advice you can offer, its all extremely useful


You just need to make sure you’re using the correct amount of pressure and the right tempo of passes to avoid burn ins and marks on the paint. I’ve only just started myself so I’m far from an expert, perhaps someone with more experience can chime in with some tips
Will this polish a turd?
Toon_army23/08/2019 11:49

Never tried this one but I'd be lost without my DA


Does your DA have a compass on?
hepton23/08/2019 12:30

https://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/meguiars-da-microfiber-correction-compound


Thanks I will have a look.
rooney1023/08/2019 11:55

Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. …Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. They're quite bad the ones we have , caused by wiping the car whilst dirty with a towel I've tried t-cutting and polishing several times and whilst there is a vast improvement the swirl marks do seem to remain and then get worse again maybe as the polish layer wears down again.I'm considering getting a polisher to get the job done myself but have my reservations on whether it will work or not and don't want to spend a load of money trying to fix the issue for it to fail , I'd be gutted ! … so any advice or pointers guys would certainly help


Call these guys for the best product suited to your car and paint colour - as you want a polish without fillers to correct the paint once and for all

polishedbliss.co.uk/

I’ve used most of the well known detailing supply companies over the years and Polished Bliss are the most helpful and knowledgable - they also price match
Donkii23/08/2019 12:23

As above if you dont know what your doing don't do it, the science behind …As above if you dont know what your doing don't do it, the science behind whirl marks is to take a very thin layer of the clear coat of the car so removing some marks and whirls, problem is you can try and go too deep and actually take all the clear coat off. The trick is to take a uniform layer off, and to do that you need experience. I took my old run around to a pro and he charged me £80 I think, the car came back much, much cleaner than it was.


For a Pro your talking £400-1500, my mate who's a Pro won't take a job on for less than £400. Also a Pro will ceramic coat your car to make sure it last for around 5 years as long as its looked after properly with the right was technique.
I've seen these £80 jobs and they make the car look better but... leave buffer trails from the pad. They just use polish, where that'll wear away, you need to compound then polish.
I'd class my self as very experienced but not a Pro and wouldn't even do a car that cheap, it's just not worth my time.
ycsb23/08/2019 12:43

Are these just for scratch removal or can you use them for general …Are these just for scratch removal or can you use them for general polishing on good paint?


Use them for scratch/swirl removals I use an orange hex logic pad, polish I use a white and wax a black. But I generally prefer to apply the wax by hand.

Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg23/08/2019 14:59

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Megs Ultimate compound is my go to 90% of the time, honestly the best on the market for any normal person and price.
No sure if you've tried them but Megs 100, 105 or 110 are also good, but just be careful a little more careful.
rooney1023/08/2019 12:24

Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit …Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit for me. Presumably if I am using the correct amount of compound and the correct pad then I'm all good ? Obviously , dropping the polisher onto the car or not attaching a pad properly could result in damage to the car but other than that is there anything specific that would cause the swirls to be worse than they are now ?Thanks in advance for any you advice you can offer, its all extremely useful


Frankly, don't bother. Trust me, unless you've got the patience of a saint and time and energy and dedication then you will inevitably make things worse. Practice with a spare bonnet or two picked up from a scrappers yard - they're cheap if the car is old, etc. All car paints are different, blah, blah at the risk of boring myself, if you must have a go then work on a section first. People who take swirl marks out charge a lot to do so because it can be labour intensive; especially if your car is black! Anyway, I'd practice on something else. Don't get a sxxtload of gear either, in my experience it's about the tools and the user, but mostly the user. You've got to start somewhere and throwing yourself into a car that's not new and has been abused (in a paint sense) by several other users at the car wash (God help us), is just a rod for your own back.
rooney1023/08/2019 11:55

Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. …Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. They're quite bad the ones we have , caused by wiping the car whilst dirty with a towel I've tried t-cutting and polishing several times and whilst there is a vast improvement the swirl marks do seem to remain and then get worse again maybe as the polish layer wears down again.I'm considering getting a polisher to get the job done myself but have my reservations on whether it will work or not and don't want to spend a load of money trying to fix the issue for it to fail , I'd be gutted ! … so any advice or pointers guys would certainly help


I work in the trade and always have found that 50383 3M hologram remover is good for removing swirls especially on dark coloured paintwork ... Amazon link below but it’s pricey so you should find it cheaper somewhere else.
It was upgraded a few years ago to a product called Ultrafina SE but still the same really.
Meguiars is good but 3M own them anyway so most likely the same product in the bottle.


amazon.co.uk/3M-…AG6

groveshop.co.uk/pol…tml
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg23/08/2019 17:49

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You could have a classic on your hand one day, people always want older looked after cars. Wished I never sold my Escort RS Turbo, XR2i, Nova SR and Reanult 5 GT Turbo but I honestly never thought they'd be worth out lol.
I fully machine polished a Range Rover Sport the other week, thats my biggest car I've ever done and by god was it a challenge! Luckily the customers a friend so let me get on with it and said how ever long I need it keep it... some people on the other hand just think you can do it all in a few hours!
I think I'm going to do my car one last time before I sell it, when I bought it the paint was absolutely shocking.

Oh and as for birds poop make yourself some quick detailer, or buy some. Sonax QD is a good one, always got a bottle in my boot
Edited by: "Toon_army" 23rd Aug
rooney1023/08/2019 11:55

Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. …Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. They're quite bad the ones we have , caused by wiping the car whilst dirty with a towel I've tried t-cutting and polishing several times and whilst there is a vast improvement the swirl marks do seem to remain and then get worse again maybe as the polish layer wears down again.I'm considering getting a polisher to get the job done myself but have my reservations on whether it will work or not and don't want to spend a load of money trying to fix the issue for it to fail , I'd be gutted ! … so any advice or pointers guys would certainly help


Mate this would get the damage out trust me just make sure you have good pads and polish and the car will
look new again
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My escort cosworth was detailed by 1 of the best detailers in England and it cost £200 including a ceramic coating.
rooney1023/08/2019 12:24

Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit …Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit for me. Presumably if I am using the correct amount of compound and the correct pad then I'm all good ? Obviously , dropping the polisher onto the car or not attaching a pad properly could result in damage to the car but other than that is there anything specific that would cause the swirls to be worse than they are now ?Thanks in advance for any you advice you can offer, its all extremely useful


I don't know why people are giving you such poor advice, maybe because they're too scared to try it themselves and are just passing in their own lack of knowledge. The biggest risk of making it worse is pressing too hard and overdoing a section of paint to get the marks out. With one of these you're very unlikely to do this even with high pressure (although I would still watch a few YouTube tutorials for best results. Clay barring is not necessary unless you're looking for that perfect glass like result, and carries far more risk of damage to your paintwork than this polisher.
deleted92988323/08/2019 21:26

My escort cosworth was detailed by 1 of the best detailers in England and …My escort cosworth was detailed by 1 of the best detailers in England and it cost £200 including a ceramic coating.


who? top detailers charge close to a thousand pounds. my friend just paid 800 for his m5
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carley_lawson24/08/2019 05:04

who? top detailers charge close to a thousand pounds. my friend just paid …who? top detailers charge close to a thousand pounds. my friend just paid 800 for his m5


His name was Sergei.
rooney1023/08/2019 11:55

Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. …Has anyone had any success trying to get swirl marks out of the paintwork. They're quite bad the ones we have , caused by wiping the car whilst dirty with a towel I've tried t-cutting and polishing several times and whilst there is a vast improvement the swirl marks do seem to remain and then get worse again maybe as the polish layer wears down again.I'm considering getting a polisher to get the job done myself but have my reservations on whether it will work or not and don't want to spend a load of money trying to fix the issue for it to fail , I'd be gutted ! … so any advice or pointers guys would certainly help


I've worked as a detailer and can confirm swirl marks are easy to remove with the correct products. This DA will do the job but will not have the torque a more expensive unit has. I could still get very good results with it, it would just take a more time. I would throw away the pads this comes with as they're not up to the job and purchase a Meguiar's DFC5/6 cutting pad and a bottle of Meguiar's 105 Ultra cut compound. Watch a few videos on youtube to get the technique nailed, make sure the car is super clean before starting and ideally run a clay bar over it. You need bright lights to see what you are doing ideally in a garage. Use a very bright torch if you don't have a garage to inspect the work. Once the swirls marks are out finish with a Meguiar's DFP5/6 pad and Meguiar's 205 polish.

If you have a garage then I recommend you lock in the shine with ceramic coating, you need to prep the paint with isopropyl alcohol and then apply a coat of Gtechniq Crystal Serum Light or similar product.

If the ceramic coating sounds like too much work go for a proper sealant like Gtechniq C2 Liguid Crystal.

Good luck!
deleted92988323/08/2019 21:26

My escort cosworth was detailed by 1 of the best detailers in England and …My escort cosworth was detailed by 1 of the best detailers in England and it cost £200 including a ceramic coating.


The materials and consumables to properly detail and coat an Escort would cost nearly £200 even at trade prices, I'm guessing this guy either didn't make any money or gave it a quick polish and one coat of cheap coating.
benjyFJH23/08/2019 13:06

You just need to make sure you’re using the correct amount of pressure and …You just need to make sure you’re using the correct amount of pressure and the right tempo of passes to avoid burn ins and marks on the paint. I’ve only just started myself so I’m far from an expert, perhaps someone with more experience can chime in with some tips



you wont be burning with a Dual action polisher, its quite safe
Edited by: "Mini.Dragonz" 24th Aug
rooney1023/08/2019 12:24

Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit …Okay , how is it quite easy to make it worse , could you explain this bit for me. Presumably if I am using the correct amount of compound and the correct pad then I'm all good ? Obviously , dropping the polisher onto the car or not attaching a pad properly could result in damage to the car but other than that is there anything specific that would cause the swirls to be worse than they are now ?Thanks in advance for any you advice you can offer, its all extremely useful


You could polish too much and take too much of the paintwork off and therefore make it worse.

Ultimately you just need to resist the urge to try get everything out and aim to take a uniform consistent layer off the top and accept that’s the best you can do with the paintwork.

I wouldn’t be too scared to have a go if you can apply some common sense while polishing.
Mini.Dragonz24/08/2019 09:30

you wont be burning with a Dual action polisher, its quite safe


Ah my bad, I stand corrected
Toon_army23/08/2019 15:32

For a Pro your talking £400-1500, my mate who's a Pro won't take a job on …For a Pro your talking £400-1500, my mate who's a Pro won't take a job on for less than £400. Also a Pro will ceramic coat your car to make sure it last for around 5 years as long as its looked after properly with the right was technique.I've seen these £80 jobs and they make the car look better but... leave buffer trails from the pad. They just use polish, where that'll wear away, you need to compound then polish.I'd class my self as very experienced but not a Pro and wouldn't even do a car that cheap, it's just not worth my time.



My runaround is only worth about a grand if even, the job was definitely worth the cash.
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