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Old 03-26-2012, 01:42 PM
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Buffer wheel on a drill??

Since I live in a condo I do not have an outlet that I can plug into near by. The problem I have is somehow I keep getting this orange dots on my car (tar or tree sap), and rubbing them out takes forever! Does anyone know of a buffer pad I can get to put on my DeWalt drill that make this a lot easier?
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Old 03-26-2012, 05:29 PM
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Re: Buffer wheel on a drill??

Thats a good way to burn your paint or leave marks on the cc
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Re: Buffer wheel on a drill??

Have you tried using a claybar? I agree with Svenska on using a drill could burn your paint. You could also try tree sap remover that is sold on most pepboys and the like..
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Re: Buffer wheel on a drill??

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Have you tried using a claybar? I agree with Svenska on using a drill could burn your paint. You could also try tree sap remover that is sold on most pepboys and the like..
i have had really good results with the seafoam bug and tar remover
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Re: Buffer wheel on a drill??

I tried using a clay bar over the weekend. I spent easily an hour on it and there are still marks. I have some Turtle Wax bug and tar remover but it's not the best, and takes a lot of arm strength to get it off. I'll check out Seafoam.

I figured a drill wasn't the best idea, but you don't know if you don't ask. Thanks guys
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clay bar ftw
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