Very nice think I will pay the extra and get one of these cheers Grey.Hmmm I don't know never heard and first impression looks cheap... what about this? This is what I have ...http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/polishing-machines/das-6-pro-dual-action-polisher/cat_81.html
Edit... also being a club member I think you get 7% Discount. See discount section on forum.
Do your homework, watch alot of videos on youtube. Chemical guys do good videos along with some other people but mainly American but considered the best in the buisness. Once you get your head around a suggested technique and you know what products you want then order what you need. Theres nothing worse ordering a shed load and only use half.I have been thinking of getting a machine myself, is it difficult to take swirls out of the paintwork as a novice?
That's what I was thinking. The amount of use the machine would get from the likes of myself it could last donkey's years.As daryl said cheap pads are no good. Cheap machines however are different.
Cheap could mean it does not last very long, depending on how many times you use it.
If this is something just to use on your vehicles then its only going to get used a couple of times. You should not be machine polishing your car a few times a year, more like once every 1-3 years if that.
I have a few machines and when i do demonstrations i use an old dog of a machine to highlight its not the machine but techniques.
Obviously the better machines should last longer and some will make the job quicker, but most machines will do the job required