Buffers and Polishers For Auto Detailers
Here at Detail King we offer a wide selection of Buffers and Polishers for auto-detailing include Porter Cable polishers, Cyclo dual head orbital polishers, Gem orbital polishers, Makita high-speed buffers and Dewalt rotary buffers. We also have a huge choice of Edge foam and wool buffing pads, Velcro backing plates and quick-connect brass adapters for Edge double- sided foam buffing pads.
What’s the difference between rotary buffers and orbital polishers?
Orbital polishers can be used to correct very minor repairable imperfections in automotive paint. Orbital polishers will not “level out” scratches in the paint, but only fill those scratches in with automotive polish or glaze. Every professional auto detailer needs an orbital polisher to offer basic polishing and sealing services for vehicles that don’t need the more aggressive paint correction that high-speed rotary buffers provide.
Rotary buffers provide a more aggressive paint correction than is possible with orbital polishers. Rotary buffers rotate the head of the buffer through revolutions. These revolutions are circular and are called rpms — revolutions per minute. Most quality high-speed rotary buffers are variable speed, meaning you can adjust the buffer’s speed anywhere from zero to 3,000 rpms. Rotary buffers are usually used with “paint leveler” products to remove imperfections such as repairable medium to deep scratches, wet sanding micro scratches, spider web swirls, paint oxidation, water spotting, and orange peel markings. Please note: Without practice and proper training, it’s very easy to cause damage to painted surfaces with high-speed rotary buffers. We offer hands-on auto-detailing training courses, both private group training, and training at our weekend auto-detailing training seminars. To see a short demonstration on using a rotary buffer, visit our Video Vault.
Check out our Makita and Dewalt high-speed rotary buffers and our Cyclo, Porter Cable, Flex, and Gem, orbital polishers below. These polishers are a great way to apply your final coat of protection to an automobile’s painted surface. To view a wet-sanding demonstration, please visit our video vault. We also have many value-priced polisher and buffer packages that include the polishes and buffing pads. Look at the bottom of this page to see our various buffer and polisher packages. To save some money on our buffers, polishers, pads and bonnets, please sign up for our newsletters and special offers, coupons and sales by Clicking Here. To view the Detail King Auto Detailing Methods & Procedures Online Guide please Click Here.