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Old 19-05-13, 10:00 PM   #1
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I am thinking of buying this DAS-6 Dual Action Polisher - Menzerna Kit - Clean Your Car to give me car a tidy before summer comes and would like to know if anyone has any experience with these. I have washed Clayed ,compounded, polished, glazed and waxed by hand but it is painfull . Are the products with this machine a 4 step process or are they basically just a cutting compound and if so what pad would I use to glaze and wax?
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Well received polisher today and its a quality bit of kit. My fist results here
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so when we organisin a trip to kilkenny for cabinpac to polish the 407's??

Lookin good, as always
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No prob I can use your cars as practice.. Lol I am still about afraid of it but the more comfortable I get with it the more I will enjoy it.
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What compound are you using?
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Hi chopper, I used this first Menzerna Fast Gloss FG500 | heavy Cut Compound - Clean Your Car then I used a finer polish Menzerna Final Finish PO85RD - Clean Your Car then finished with a glaze and sealed with a wax.
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Just something to be aware of - the DAS-6 is actually an orbital sander which Deltalyo says can be used as a polisher - if you want a polisher, they also do the SIM180 which is a 100% polisher and the item I want to pick up from work but keep finding a reason to put it off (mainly ).

I honestly don't know if there's anything specific you need to do different or if it's just lack of speed control/more torque on the DAS-6 as opposed to the SIM-180 - might be worth finding out as I think the DAS-6 is cheaper than the SIM-180...
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