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sikwit 601 165 June 28, 2016 at 10:02 AM in Auto Parts & Supplies (2) More Newegg Deals
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Last Edited by wuzzy June 28, 2016 at 11:05 AM
Hi guys didnt see this posted and seems to me like a good deal.

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does anyone know the size and GSM of these?
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does anyone know the size and GSM of these?
On the pack it says " all towels are 13" X 13" "
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Looks like they are 3 different types of towel from the description
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Seems like a good deal, but no reviews anywhere. I checked Amazon and Walmart. None of their products have been reviewed on Amazon.
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i'm getting into "pro" detailing of my car after dealer scratched it. looking for something to attach to a cordless drill. dealer detailer recommended Maguiar 105 compound. Any recommendations for drill attachments and compounds?
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i'm getting into "pro" detailing of my car after dealer scratched it. looking for something to attach to a cordless drill. dealer detailer recommended Maguiar 185? compound. Any recommendations for drill attachments and compounds?
I would get a DA polisher. can't really do any irrepable damage with a DA. I use Meguiars m105 with an Orange pad and then m205 with a white pad. It just depends on how bad your scratch(s) are
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i'm getting into "pro" detailing of my car after dealer scratched it. looking for something to attach to a cordless drill. dealer detailer recommended Maguiar 185? compound. Any recommendations for drill attachments and compounds?
Look up Ammo NYC YouTube videos. He does some great car care videos.

I would say get a polisher. Weekend warriors or average joes who want to polish their car can go with Griots Garage stuff. If you're getting into "pro" detailing and don't mind spending the money, Rupes is probably what you want.
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Look up Ammo NYC YouTube videos. He does some great car care videos.

I would say get a polisher. Weekend warriors or average joes who want to polish their car can go with Griots Garage stuff. If you're getting into "pro" detailing and don't mind spending the money, Rupes is probably what you want.

not really pro just something to get rid of light scratches and swirl marks. i see drill attachments with pads on the market, not sure what's good.
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I would get a DA polisher. can't really do any irrepable damage with a DA. I use Meguiars m105 with an Orange pad and then m205 with a white pad. It just depends on how bad your scratch(s) are

is DA polisher better than a drill? i'd prefer not to buy any more tools. drill attachment not as good or not recommended?
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is DA polisher better than a drill? i'd prefer not to buy any more tools. drill attachment not as good or not recommended?
For automotive purposes and what you're trying to accomplish....yes. You can pick up a harbor freight one for $55 with coupon. It's no Rupes but it will get the job done for a garage detailer. There's many more details that I can't type out here for the sake of space and time. look up junkman's detailing tutorial on YT. pads are about $7-10 a piece but they are reusable as long as you clean them after
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is DA polisher better than a drill? i'd prefer not to buy any more tools. drill attachment not as good or not recommended?
Please, please, PLEASE do yourself a favor and buy a DA polisher before you seriously screw up your car using a drill w/pad and Meguiar's M105 (one of the harshest compounds they offer!). Also, you may want to start with their consumer line of Meguiar's Ultimate products since they're a little more user-friendly, cheaper, and do 95% as good of a job as their Professional line. If you're just looking to get out light scratches and swirl marks and want something super easy to use (that doesn't try out quickly or could permanently damage your paint like the M105), get a bottle of the Ultimate Compound, Ultimate Polish and Ultimate Wax. One or two passes with the UC, followed by a pass or two with the UP, and then one or two coats of UW, and you'll have a near professional level finish with very little effort without risking screwing up your paint. Still get a DA polisher though, you'll thank me. Cool

Here's a sample of a black car done with that same method, turned out pretty nice I would say.
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Thanks OP, since I missed the $10 deal on the 30 pack yesterday, this'll do.
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Please, please, PLEASE do yourself a favor and buy a DA polisher before you seriously screw up your car using a drill w/pad and Meguiar's M105 (one of the harshest compounds they offer!). Also, you may want to start with their consumer line of Meguiar's Ultimate products since they're a little more user-friendly, cheaper, and do 95% as good of a job as their Professional line. If you're just looking to get out light scratches and swirl marks and want something super easy to use (that doesn't try out quickly or could permanently damage your paint like the M105), get a bottle of the Ultimate Compound, Ultimate Polish and Ultimate Wax. One or two passes with the UC, followed by a pass or two with the UP, and then one or two coats of UW, and you'll have a near professional level finish with very little effort without risking screwing up your paint. Still get a DA polisher though, you'll thank me. Cool

Here's a sample of a black car done with that same method, turned out pretty nice I would say.

Ok i won't use the drill kit then and won't buy 105. Says "micro abrasive" compound. First time i have to do this. Usually buy a bottle of turtle wax at walmart and apply after a wash. I saw my dealer detailer use something and he recommended 105. Also gave me a few drops of their compound said i can do it by hand to buff out a few minor scratches. My car isn't one of those colors like black or red or dark where you can see swirls and streaks easily. Light brown.
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Ok i won't use the drill kit then and won't buy 105. Says "micro abrasive" compound. First time i have to do this. Usually buy a bottle of turtle wax at walmart and apply after a wash. I saw my dealer detailer use something and he recommended 105. Also gave me a few drops of their compound said i can do it by hand to buff out a few minor scratches. My car isn't one of those colors like black or red or dark where you can see swirls and streaks easily. Light brown.
da polishers are better. i wouldnt say you need a rupes but i think griots garage one is good enough..
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