RO buffers... P-C or nothing?

Discussion in 'An Eye For Detail' started by dmention7, Dec 27, 2008.

  1. dmention7

    dmention7 Hater

    So, I had a P-C 7424 on my wish list for xmas, but I ended up receiving a somewhat generic brand 10" orbital buffer (my dad no doubt choked at the idea of spending $100+ on a tool to apply wax to a souped-up econobox... lol). Aside from the fact that a 10" pad is on the big side for detailing a compact car, is there any reason I should be hesitant to give 'er a go on the larger body panels?
     
  2. ZoomZoom Diva

    ZoomZoom Diva New Member

    Can you return it and apply the money towards the one you'd like?
     
  3. dmention7

    dmention7 Hater

    No, he didn't have a receipt for it.
     
  4. Big Nate

    Big Nate Chaos Engineer

    It will work fine.

    Can you post a picture or more info about the tool you have.

    I have two 10" orditals and the 6" porter-cable. It may be good to have both.

    You can never have too many tools to clean your car.
     
  5. dmention7

    dmention7 Hater

    Thanks, that's kind of what I had assumed. But I just wanted to make sure that the cheaper tools weren't prone to producing motion or patterns that would damage the finish. I'll post up a pic when I get home.
     

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