Griot's Garage 3" Random Orbital Buffer Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
A show-stopping shine can make the difference between going home with the best of show trophy or just going home. And on the Concours, the judges leave no leaf unturned. So, make sure you have a swirl-free finish in even the tightest spots with the Griot’s Garage 3” Random Orbital Buffer.
This professional-grade detailing tool is the safest, easiest way to remove swirls and scratches and to apply protective coatings to small, tucked-away surfaces. What's more, the 3” hook-and-loop backing plate accepts any Griot’s 3” pad, so you can get any job done right.
The 3” buffer features an ergonomic handgrip and finger indents. Not only does this design reduce wrist and arm strain, it also gives you total control for professional results. Plus, you can choose from a 10’ or 25’ foot cord to meet all your buffing needs. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by JESS A (Fort Collins, CO) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra — Aug 09, 2012 2:30 PM
GREAT FOR TIGHT AREAS. GET THE 25 FOOT CORD, EASIER TO USE WITHOUT TRIPPING OVER AN EXTENSION CORD CONNECTION. DEFINITELY RECOMMEND. DONT FORGET TO GET THE VARIOUS PADS WHICH YOU WILL DEFINITELY NEED.
Reviewed by Randy A (San Diego, CA) — Jul 24, 2012 9:49 AM
After using this buffer I am amazed at its compactness and ability to reach places I wasn't able to before. This is one item that I grab for readily when I am detailing because it is much lighter and less cumbersome as my TradesPro Buffer which weighs several more pounds than the Griot's Garage Buffer. Thank you AutoAnything for providing this little busy bee which is a giant in the world of orbital buffers.
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Asked by Anonymous
Feb 21, 2013 12:45 PM
Are any pads included?
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 21, 2013 2:19 PM
Hi, Pads are not included but are available.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous A.
Jul 27, 2012 11:07 AM
Is this buffer suitable to use to restore plastic headlight covers, e.g., to remove the fogging caused by oxidation of the plastic?
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jul 27, 2012 11:27 AM
Hello. The Griot's 3-inch Orbital Buffer is a general buffer, so sure, you can use it for that but it is not specific for this. Thank you for your question.flag Accept Answer