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    I love shiny things Merlin's Avatar
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    What is you favorite Sky's The Limit Car Care product?

    Yes, I know I have a lot of STL favorites.

    What I would like you to do is post one of them each day.
    I will post one of mine each day. What and Why.

    I'm sure all will find it interesting.

    We'll see...there may be a give-away at the end...

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    I love shiny things Merlin's Avatar
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    I'll start...

    CarPro Gloss Pad 5"

    This is a favorite pad of mine.
    It leaves a clear and crisp finish.

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    Certified Nuba Installer Dr Oldz's Avatar
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    Cool. I’ll play!

    https://www.carpro-us.com/more-categ...tary-polisher/


    My favorite rotary polisher! While The Flex pe14 is also very nice, I like this just a bit better. The progressive trigger really shines on the rotary. Light weight and just all around a solid machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Oldz View Post
    Cool. I’ll play!

    https://www.carpro-us.com/more-categ...tary-polisher/


    My favorite rotary polisher! While The Flex pe14 is also very nice, I like this just a bit better.
    The progressive trigger really shines on the rotary. Lightweight and just all around a solid machine.
    Just out of curiosity...What backing plate size and pads do you like for the Rupes rotary?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin View Post
    Just out of curiosity...What backing plate size and pads do you like for the Rupes rotary?

    3,5,6 and 7 inch

    Generally running wool or foamed wool. When using foam, I tend to stick to pads in the 1.25 inch thickness range.

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