Go to Habor Freight and get the right equipment!!!!!!
You can go there online and purchase the correct tool for the job for under 100 dollars and if you get lucky you will find it on sale for around 59 dollars. They also have a warranty available for a few dollars.
When You have the right tools for the job, it will be to the point that you will back up and say "boy am I glad I have the right tool"
I highly recommend the variable speed buffer from Harbor Freight.
I belive it runs from about 1500
RPM to 5000 RPM. you will definitely need the variable speed unit.
A drill will be just enough to get your ambition up but it will not make the distance.