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Carol_R
01-27-2020, 10:22 AM
Hi everyone, I am sorry for a probably strange question, but is it okay to polish my car using a drill? I just do not have one and thinking about purchasing a cheap makita or something and not sure if there are any cheaper approaches for a quality polishing

Merlin
01-27-2020, 06:15 PM
Hi everyone, I am sorry for a probably strange question, but is it okay to polish my car using a drill?

I just do not have one and thinking about purchasing a cheap Makita or something and not sure if there are any cheaper approaches for a quality polishing

Hello Carol,

My short answer for polishing your car with a drill adapter is NO!!!

There are alternatives! Inexpensive Dual Action (DA) Polishers etc.

Carol_R
01-28-2020, 02:54 AM
Hello Carol,

My short answer for polishing your car with a drill adapter is NO!!!

There are alternatives! Inexpensive Dual Action (DA) Polishers etc.

Omg, I feel so stupid right now, I spent on hour choosing a drill from this list https://wisepick.org/best-cordless-drill/, and already ordered one, when there were polishers for $50?? I'm so sorry for your time.. And thanks, hopefully, it's not shipped yet

Merlin
01-28-2020, 02:05 PM
Omg, I feel so stupid right now, I spent on hour choosing a drill..., and already ordered one, when there were polishers for $50?? I'm so sorry for your time.. And thanks, hopefully, it's not shipped yet

Hopefully you can return it.

louisehhawk98
01-17-2021, 11:19 AM
My husband used twicely drill and result wasnt so good . I like our local service at 47th Street with good guys.