Reviewed By Todd S (Kermit, WV) —6/1/2017 9:54 PM
Best way to wax a vehicle
Reviewed By Thomas C (Richmond, VA) —4/12/2017 8:41 PM
The Griots Garage 6" polisher is the best bang for your buck polisher on the market. Many auto enthusiasts use this or have it as a reliable backup. It won't work as fast as rotaries but for the price it can't be beat. If you are only taking care of your own vehicles, this is the polisher to get. Recommended to get a 5" backplate and 5.5" pads to make life easier but 6.5" pads on the backplate that comes with the polisher works fine too.
Reviewed By David K (Hoschton, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Honda CR-V —2/1/2017 5:38 PM
This is a great kit for the do-it-yourself weekend detailer. For less than the cost of hiring someone to do paint correction and detail your car, you can take two hours of your weekend and polish the paint to a shine that is better than your car looked when it was new. I removed all the swirl marks and restored the paint to a deep shine. The kit is very easy to use, simply use. Step (1) Wash your car, Step (2) Clay bar, Step (3) Correcting Cream, Step (4) Wax. Steps 3 and 4 use the orbital.
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