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Old 01-11-2007
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Has anyone used the machine?..Will it induce swirls?..
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Being a random-orbital polisher, it will not induce any marring or swirls when used properly.
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Has anyone used the machine?..Will it induce swirls?..
I have used it on both my car and pick up.

Absolutely no swirls, none.

I used it with Reflections, Synwax, plastic polish on the headlights and Chrome polish on the glass.

What I like about it other than it does a great job is that it is so ez to use, just the right size and plenty of power.

They did a good job designing this machine, really good job.

Ataching a photo of my Pick up showing the glass smooth finish with no swirls.

Hope this helps.

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Can the Wax Attack minimize spiderwebbing, that occurs from washing, with a polish like Power Polish?
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Bama - it can minimize spiderwebbing, but the Wax Attack is not a tool for defect removal.
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Bama - it can minimize spiderwebbing, but the Wax Attack is not a tool for defect removal.
Kinda what I figured... Thanks.
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