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    I started this topic specifically because I was wondering if anyone knows of an affordable buffer you could purchase for rubbin out pickscratches and light dings, but if anyone has any other inquiries about other tools methods feel free...

    I was kind of thinkin about gettin my own buffer that way I could do my own sort of restorations, and if I was able to afford it, what sort of pad you need to put on it to safely buff out shit and not fuck up the finish...

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    FUCK THE DUMB SHIT!!!!

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    Could cost you a couple of hundred dollars... Unless you have other customers that you can help to take some of the cost burden, you're probably better off going with a little elbow grease and a patch kit so you can do it by hand, which is probably safer in the first place. [img]graemlins/thumb.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by TheMightyCopenHalenII:
    I started this topic specifically because I was wondering if anyone knows of an affordable buffer you could purchase for rubbin out pickscratches and light dings, but if anyone has any other inquiries about other tools methods feel free...

    I was kind of thinkin about gettin my own buffer that way I could do my own sort of restorations, and if I was able to afford it, what sort of pad you need to put on it to safely buff out shit and not fuck up the finish...

    Thanks dudes...
    a random orbit sander with a buffing pad is the cheapest next to elbow grease and a buffing
    pad
    Rol.

 

 

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