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Old 07-05-2006, 11:14 PM
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Simoniz 10 inch random orbit polisher

I figure I'd post this here cuz Canadians probably have more experience with this product if any.

I have a Simoniz 10 inch random orbit polisher. I need to detail my car, and I am wondering if I should even bother trying to do anything with this? I know the PC is the end all be all of polishers, but does anyone have any advice on using this particular product? and if so what kind of pads, products should I get for it.


PS i got it at Crappy Tire for 20 bucks, used it once on my old car, with moderate results, but I didnt care really how it turned out, nor did I really do much reading about how to do it correctly.

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Kevin can probably add some valuable info here, but maybe just pick up a microfiber pad for it from CT and just give it a try.
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I have this thing and was having a hard time even buffing out wax. I gave up and got a PC.
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I had one from many years ago and found my hand results were just as good and just as fast with less fuss.
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rave reviews i see

whats a good local place for a PC then?
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Originally Posted by dirtyserby
rave reviews i see

whats a good local place for a PC then?
Try Crappy Tire or go online. There are always a few good deals out there to be had.
I beleive that has a good deal right now for a PC 7424.

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I hate talking about detailing stuff in black and white terms because I know a lot of what people like is subjective; however I can say in my experience the under $100 DA's, or really any DA aside from the PC, are pretty much crap. None of them have the power to do any correction, and most won't even help you wax. I know a PC is a sizable investment, but I can absolutely promise it'll pay for itself.

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