I know the norm is to use a standard electric orbital buffer/polisher which works great and all....but does anyone have any experience or insight on using a pneumatic buffer/polisher.
I was thinking about taking advantage of the air compressor already in the garage but wasn't sure if it was any better or worse or if there was anything to watch out for when using one as I am sure the higher potential RPM of the air buffer could cause some serious burn damage. Thanks in advance for any advice.
Re: Pneumatic buffer/polisher
its takes practice...a lot. But ANYONE could do it. I used to buff with one when I was 13 in my dads shop. Try to find something to practice on...like an old junked car....thats what i did.
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