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Old 06-13-2011, 05:19 PM
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tprice
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Default Recommendations on buffer for boat/car

Damn I am getting to old and out of shape to do this crap by hand.

Been outside last hour or so starting putting two coats of rejex on my boat, I know it is not that hard but it is HOT and HUMID here in SC.

The application is no big deal but this wiping all the dried wax off is getting the best of me.

I have one of those cheap $29 buffers that is not worth a crap and Admiral was asking me about getting me a decent buffer for Fathers Day, heck I am worth whole LOT MORE dead than alive but she likes having me around

Not wanting to break the bank and would like something I could pick up and not have to order but do not mind ordering one either.

I assume I want a variable speed, I have a buddy that fools with old muscle cars and he has a couple of Makita's (I think) and I have played around with them

What do I need to look for and also what should I stay away from.

I do my boat 2 times a year and I have the knowledge to do the cars too but not sure I will ever do those.

Just point me in the right direction
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