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      01-06-2012, 08:31 PM   #18
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easiest/most cost effective: Get yourself a Porter Cable 7424xp (can pick one up for around $100 if you shop around) DA polisher and even a few good corrective products (Meguiars compound 105 and finishing polish 205 are great examples as well as Menzernas IP and Power gloss) would take care of the job. Plus you could better maintain and keep your car looking the way it should. It's almost impossible to damage your paint with this polisher as it stops the polisher if you put to much pressure and even if you held it on the same spot for some time you wont burn the paint. Make sure you invest in a good set of pads. One for compounding (typically a yellow cutting pad), an orange pad for swirl removers, and polishing pad both white and green work for a standard polish, and finishing pad typically black. Check out Lake Country as they seem to have a consistent rapport across the board. Do a little research and it can go a long way as far as maintaining your paint. It will make a big difference in the condition of your paint for years to come.
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