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Old 04-27-2005, 05:35 AM
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Truck washing and waxing

well ive searched around the forum havnt found out much about waxing any actual cabs im starting a new job in a few weeks and decided to read up on what id be doing well from what im guessing id be useing an orbital buffer to wax the cab ive never used a buffer to wash cars let alone a cab if i han washed the cab i suspect id spend my whole day working on that one cab is there anything i should know before i start i will be geting help geting a feel to a buffer by the manager but i dont want to make any dumbass moves that might end up in me ruining the cab for good any suggestions?

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Old 04-28-2005, 07:23 AM
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I use the PC 7424 random orbitol buffer all the time to polish any paint defects like swirl marks, minor scratches, stained paint, etc.
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