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The kit itself has everything to get started, except for polish. We do sell kits that have polishes include with machines, such as our BUF_209X kit . We do also sell polishes separately.
Chemical Guys
Manufacturer · November 28, 2017
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There's no reason they wouldn't work, though they could possibly get a little hot (they'll become concave of they do, and the pad will be ruined).
Eric Haley
· May 13, 2014
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It takes some time but worked well on my boat.
ed3257
· September 28, 2015
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This is mainly for polishing, not waxing. The buffer's high speed removes minor to moderate paint defects (water spots, scratches, dull surface, etc) very effectively leaving you a shiny surface. After polishing, it's best to apply wax by hand. But after waxing, you can use this to buff the surface.
Joel Hijirida
· November 23, 2016
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This amazing polisher ships with 5" backing plates that fit 5.5" Hex Logic pads perfectly. As mentioned below, you can also purchase 3" or 6" backing plates to accommodate smaller or larger pads.
Chemical Guys
Manufacturer · August 29, 2018
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Yes use a smaller backing plate and pad and start on a slower speed
gbolan
· May 18, 2019