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    Re: Question - detailing with rotary

    If the rotory is used at an angle and to much speed you are sure to have holograms all over the paint, your pad needs to be flat. I think it will help you to get a test hood and practice with your product and find the right technique that fits your way of polishing. Mist your pad lightly and pick up a bead and use a slow rpm and keep it slow until you master the machine and get comfortable with it.

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    Re: Question - detailing with rotary

    thanks all, i will try to work on low speed, stay tuned. i will update the thread once i got the chance to try again.
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