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Anyone use a Sears (Waxcoa, Polishmaster, Chamberlin) 11" Oribital polisher?

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    Question Anyone use a Sears (Waxcoa, Polishmaster, Chamberlin) 11" Oribital polisher?

    Amongst the archives of goodies I have from back in the day (1994) is a Sears (also known has Waxcoa, Polishmaster, Chamberlin) 11" oribital polisher/bufffer, it still works but the foam backing pad has seperated so I have to replace it but I was just wondering if anyone uses any machines like this or has the PC has taken the market these days?


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    It probably does not have the correction power of a PC and that's not much
    I think they're good to apply and remove waxes, and that's about it...

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    Thats about what I thought too, thanks Goose.
    BTW-Did you ever give me feedback on that undercarrage spray from Adams?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99'CajunFirehawk157 View Post
    Thats about what I thought too, thanks Goose.
    BTW-Did you ever give me feedback on that undercarrage spray from Adams?
    I still need to do some tests. I've tried it once or twice on wheel wells mostly, but not quite sure what to think of it yet
    I don't think it lasts as long as I would want a product like that to last
    I just need to do one more test on a dedicated area that I can monitor its progress more closely; the reason being, is that I want to see how well it protects in terms of repellency, and staying clean. It's somewhat oily in texture, and a bit thick for a spray-on product
    I just need to clean an area thoroughly, and just apply the Undercarriage Spray to be a fair test, and be able to render an educated and fair assessment of its properties...
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