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  • Rotary vs Orbital machine polisher

    As title really. Whats best? I know the differences between the two. But having a debate about them. Someone's trying to say orbitals ain't worth the extra cash?
    I ask because really want to buy one for detailing

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    I think if you have to ask the question then a Orbital is for you.

    Rotary is better as you will be able to run it faster and achieve better results quicker but with that comes risk of damaging paint and burning through it.

    With a DA or orbital there's much less risk


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    • #3
      Originally posted by VXRRy View Post
      I think if you have to ask the question then a Orbital is for you.

      Rotary is better as you will be able to run it faster and achieve better results quicker but with that comes risk of damaging paint and burning through it.

      With a DA or orbital there's much less risk


      Sent from my iPhone you Android Scumbags!!!
      Ive started painting and using the rotary just always heard everyone say da so was wondering. I'll continue practicing with the rotary then I think.

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      • #4
        All depends on what pads and polish combo your using

        Alot of people are using orbital and microfibre setups

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        • #5
          DA for me as there is less risk, especially when working on someone else's car!

          Have plenty of pads and plenty of product ready because the last thing you want to do is either run out or not have a back up pad.
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