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Old 08-05-2011, 01:31 PM   #15
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looks like a duo head cyclo is the only way to remove swirls. Can't shake the swirls with a 7" polisher, no matter what I use.
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Old 08-05-2011, 01:52 PM   #16
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Looks like a duo head cyclo is no where to be found to buy or rent where I live. So I'm going to try my 7" polisher with a foam pad. Any thoughts/help would be appreciated. This airstream restore would have been so much easier if i lived in the US.
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Jcashcollect. Here is a list of CDN dealers out west.
Diversified Distributors / Farmworld
132-250 Shawville Blvd Se
Suite 230
Calgary, AB
Canada
800 497 1782

Robinson Pump West Ltd
3542 78th Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB
Canada
780-461-0828

Pro Detail Supply Inc
Bay 120, 6 Renault Crescent
St. Albert, AB T8N 1E1
Canada
780 458-5373
bruce@prodetail.ca

Auto Magic of Vancouver
#6-7315 Meadow Avenue
Burnaby, BC
Canada
604-951-8848

Auto Magic of Manitoba
1145 Keewatin Street
Winnipeg, MB
Canada
204-697-5874
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Old 08-08-2011, 09:07 PM   #18
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Sorry, I should have specified that I'm in Saskatchewan. Thanks for the links. I would love to rent to see if it would work first. Here is a photo of the side that I have used medium grit and fine grit with a wool pad, and Maguires Swirl Remover with a foam pad on a 7" variable speed polisher. Is there any way to remove these without a cyclo? It looks great when the Sun isn't blasting on it. It am still hoping there is a non cyclo solution.

Any help would be appreciated. It's been a couple weeks of frustration.

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