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Old 07-31-2005, 12:46 PM   #1
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Went to the pefect Polish website to order the cordless detail polisher kit ($99.00) but found that they don't stock it anymore. I think that I've found the same polisher + kit on sale for $25.00. on Amazon ,just under a different label for anyone that may be interested. You can never have too many tools .
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Old 07-31-2005, 12:55 PM   #2
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Went to the pefect Polish website to order the cordless detail polisher kit ($99.00) but found that they don't stock it anymore. I think that I've found the same polisher + kit on sale for $25.00. on Amazon ,just under a different label for anyone that may be interested. You can never have too many tools .
How about a link, since it is under a different label.

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I typed in the URL but it didn't display the entire thing so it didn't work?
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Go to amazon.Com and type in "cordless polisher'. It's the second item. Or maybe the third. You'll see it it's on sale for $25.00.
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Or maybe the third...... You'll see it, it's on sale for $25.00. I think the label is FORESIGHT
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Or maybe the third...... You'll see it, it's on sale for $25.00. I think the label is FORESIGHT
Thank you, I found it.

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What would you use this polisher for?

Since it uses a 4" pad, it seems too big to be a "detail" polisher. My wife suggested we get two of them to polish our Overlander, but it probably wouldn't be right for that job, either?
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I have one but they are battery operated and don't have enough power to polish very effectively.
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I thought I might give it a try around the light bases , door lock, and Excella logo. $25 for the polisher, two Batteries, kit bag and accessories is cheap. I have the Cyclo for finish polishing and a 500rpm 1/2" RIGID drill that I'm using for compounding. Both machines can get heavy after awhile. I visited a site of a guy that owns an aluminum skinned airplane that polished using the Cyclo and he said that he found the detail polisher pretty useful. I'll let you know if it's $25.00 well spent or a waste of money.
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Received the detail polisher this morning ( that was fast). It looks nicely made. Came with the two batteries, polising pads and a very nice compartmented kit bag. Just put the batteries in to charge.will let you know how it works.
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