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Old January 8th, 2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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How To: Remove Swirls, Scratches & Polish Paint with the Porter Cable 7424XP


Many users that are new to detailing may be wondering how to remove swirls, scratches, and polish the paintwork on their automobile.

In this video, I explain all the information you need to know to polish your paintwork with the Porter-Cable 7424XP Dual Action Polisher. I break down the steps, what products to use, and also demonstrate the proper technique for using the machine.

I hope this video helps out any users looking to get started in the world of machine polishing.

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Originally Posted by Handz View Post
Many users that are new to detailing may be wondering how to remove swirls, scratches, and polish the paintwork on their automobile.

In this video, I explain all the information you need to know to polish your paintwork with the Porter-Cable 7424XP Dual Action Polisher. I break down the steps, what products to use, and also demonstrate the proper technique for using the machine.

I hope this video helps out any users looking to get started in the world of machine polishing.

Enjoy

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I've watched this video when I was starting out and it was helpful. Thanks. The only thing I wish is that you would have had a panel or a car that was really swirled/scratched up so you could REALLY see some results.
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You have a gift for demonstration.
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The pictures you posted in the "what did you do today thread" are exactly what I'm talking about! Awesome results on those man! That in a video would be absolutely perfect.
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There are small cars in there lol
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There are small cars in there lol
Small Cars FTW.

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