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Old 06-29-2016, 08:02 PM   #1
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Polishing concerns

I have stripped clear coat from my '93 29' airstream. Am now in the process of polishing the rear cap with a 8" wool disc buffer. My problem will be or question is how do I polish in the tight areas: i.e.: Around drip brackets, between rear lights, awning brackets etc.

I purchased a kit with small cotton attachments, 3"disc,2"disc and some others that can be used in a drill chuck but cotton doesn't work well. Are there any small discs made of wool or any other way to get to these small areas?? Thanks, Jerry
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