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Cordless Car Polisher

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by ST09, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. ST09
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    Hi,

    Im looking forward to buy a car polisher but the problem is i live on 9th floor and i havent got access to a power socket unless i manage to get a very very very long extension cable .. If some one can please guide me or recommend a cordless car polisher that be greatful.

    Thanks

    Sal
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    No idea mate, sometimes its trial and error, or if youre lucky someone might reply to the post....but dont hold your breath!!!
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    Being brutally honest, if you haven't got power then forget it and work by hand; the machine in the above link is a buffer, not a polisher, and anything cordless will not have the grunt to polish properly. I know this from personal trial and error. :yes:
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    There you go st09!looks like a long extention lead for you!!
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