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  • Ph.D. - Highly proficient with rotary buffing and wet/damp/dry sanding

    22 12.57%
  • MBA - Proficient with rotary buffing, but little to no wet/damp/dry sanding experience

    32 18.29%
  • BA - Proficient with D/A polisher, but little to no experience with rotary buffing

    77 44.00%
  • High School Grad - Work mostly by hand, just getting started with D/A polisher

    44 25.14%
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  1. #41
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    Re: Rate Your Skill Level

    Why is there no "Kindergarten" option? I haven't even polish by hand. My paint is currently curing. New to cars and detailing. 100% Pre-Chool Noob.

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    Re: Rate Your Skill Level

    I actually started the other way around. I learned how to use the rotary first, thanks to some help from the local Meguiar's traning facility. And I've watched tons of instructional videos on rotary and DA polishing. Now that my DA is here, I think I will have quite an easier time to adapt and master this machine.
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    WBA...

    Although, if anyone remembers, I won the monthly giveaway at MOL and my G100 and I have bonded pretty good....just not that good...
    Philippians 2:14 - Do all things without grumbling or questioning,

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    Detailing for over 15 years I consider my self a master. But ther is always new tricks to learn.

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    Re: Rate Your Skill Level

    I'm pretty darned proficient with the D/A and have dabbled in some wet sanding. I'm not bad with 3000 grit but I would really like to learn to use a rotary and more importantly becoming proficient in wet sanding.

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    I'm a complete Newbie but I think I've picked up the D/A rather quickly thanks to this site! I've gotten some amazing results that the boss has really been impressed with.

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    Re: Rate Your Skill Level

    The more I learn, the more I realize what I don’t know. Then at some point, I hope to have learned enough to realize, that I know nothing at all
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    intermedite..im great but im no expert.

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    Re: Rate Your Skill Level

    BA i might buy a rotary in the near future

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    Re: Rate Your Skill Level

    been a high school grad for nearly 10 years here.

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