Buffing & Polishing
Every car owner takes care of his vehicle’s appearance as well as of its technical condition. A regular polishing doesn’t only improve car’s overall appearance, but also protect the paint layer from damage. The good polishing nozzle for a drill will allow you to perform work accurately and effectively. There are several types of nozzles for car polishing:
- Felt nozzles, which are soft circles of cylindrical or flat shape. Such nozzles serve both for cleaning before polishing as well as for the final surface polishing.
- A sheepskin nozzle, which is ideal for the final polishing. Gives a brilliant result.
- Nozzles made of fabric cord or covered with leather. They are suitable both for flat and relief surfaces. Leather nozzles are so soft that they can be used for delicate processing of lacquer or acrylic products. Fabric cord nozzles are perfect for metal polishing.
- Foam nozzles are the most popular today. It is extremely durable and effective. Choosing a foam nozzle, take into account that the smaller the cells of the foam, the softer the effect will be.
- Buffing wheels
Buffing and polishing wheels are the main consumable material for the outer surfaces of the vehicle. It is a round tool, with a polishing coating on the one side and with the fastener on the other. Typically, buffing disks are attached to a drill or polishing machine by screwing on the thread. Many manufacturers produce wheels with Velcro fasteners. This makes them versatile and eliminates the need to match the thread diameter to the part on which it is screwed. Many motorists question the reliability of Velcro effectiveness, but their doubts are groundless. This kind of fastening is absolutely reliable and excludes the possibility that the disk flies off the machine during the process. Specialists recommend using several types of nozzles and discs during operation – from harder at the initial stage to softer, which will be required at the final step of polishing.
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