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Old 08-07-2018, 06:25 PM
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Can you use the Shurhold brush on a rotary polisher (on LOW) with Buff Magic? Then follow that up with Pro Polish and brush (using rotary polisher on low). Then wipe excess?

If so, which brushes do you recommend?
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Old 08-12-2018, 06:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Cripslx View Post
Can you use the Shurhold brush on a rotary polisher (on LOW) with Buff Magic? Then follow that up with Pro Polish and brush (using rotary polisher on low). Then wipe excess?

If so, which brushes do you recommend?
So, our brush attachment doesn't fit our Rotary Polisher. There are third party brushes available. Just make sure they fit the 5/8ths male threaded post on the polisher. Other than that, your process would work perfectly using a medium brush for the compound, and a soft brush for the wax. Alternately, you can use a heavy cutting wool pad with the compound and a standard wool pad to apply the wax to non-skid.
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Old 08-23-2018, 10:10 PM
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The brushes work on the harbor freight oscillating buffer. Its like $50
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Originally Posted by CaptSamShurhold View Post
So, our brush attachment doesn't fit our Rotary Polisher. There are third party brushes available. Just make sure they fit the 5/8ths male threaded post on the polisher. Other than that, your process would work perfectly using a medium brush for the compound, and a soft brush for the wax. Alternately, you can use a heavy cutting wool pad with the compound and a standard wool pad to apply the wax to non-skid.
doesnt the non-skid tear up the wool?
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Not particularly, no. I've buffed all the non-skid on the SeaVee, which has both the diamond pattern and rough "sandpaper" style non-skids. The wool pad survived both times, although I wouldn't opt for the ultra soft wool pads just in case. A regular pad will do just fine.
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CaptSam, thanks for the info. I'll try to get a few good pics of my non-skid and get an opinion from you. It needs to be cleaned and polished, if possible...but I'm not sure it needs compounding.
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CaptSam, thanks for the info. I'll try to get a few good pics of my non-skid and get an opinion from you. It needs to be cleaned and polished, if possible...but I'm not sure it needs compounding.
Sure, just upload some pics and I'll be happy to bounce ideas around.
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