Car Buffing DIY How To Buff A Car Restore A Cars Paint Detail Tips Part #2




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Angie Drainer: Love your ring!!!

Harvey Newton: I want to marry You ! You aren't a kitty , You aren't afraid to make a crap car look fantastic using easy questionable methods ! I love your videos !

Michael Hickey: Good Lord, what the Hell is he thinking, please don't do it this way. Buy a good radom Orbital unit. Use foam pads. Try the MOP technique. Wet the the area and keep it moist. add your light weight compound to the area and hand wipe it on. Then buff until it is dry. and hand wipe off resdue. Repeat as necessary with a more aggressive compound if necessary. Then on to the finish wax.

Luweist Estrada: Did u sand car first .just wondering.but yeah looking good.

Ian Olive: I'm getting a similar red 240d and it appear the paint is a little bit worse than that one was, but is there any chance on saving it? Some parts like underneath the license plate are super good looking, just want to know if I can save it!

James Flores: yeah it will really dig down and get it with all that dirt

Amer Rushdi: nice work ......thank you

krilin 5.7: he works like a Crazy guy bad work and very unproffesional

North American: could I just use a electric drill?

butchtropic: Some great tips pointed out, but you NEED to let viewers know exactly WHAT products you are using during each "step". Just saying "one is more gritty than the other" is kinda useless if you know what I mean. Not trying to troll here, just constructive criticism.

123 123: wooooow

Garanin Corp.: This guy is a butcher!

Cocoa Cabana: That's a beautiful 240d

Bigjohn Red neck: Your not scratching off paint also dumbass

wacka2: if anyone wants to know which grade of grit ..........its called road grit

wacka2: jesus .you wipe the floor with the pad before you used it ...keep it off the freaking concrete man

CVC: beautiful job! how often would you do this to your vehicle?

Thad Roman: OMG! He flips the polisher over to show you the spread and bangs the back of it on the car! Used car dealer type work.

Jas K: I WOULDNT LET YOU NEAR MY CAR YOU PRICK. YOUR SUPPOSED TO KEEP THEM PADS CLEAN. NOT FACE DOWN ON THE FLOOR!! What a Muppet!!

TheHamadanners: uggg the sound of the sand on the hood and the circular motion. made my ears bleed thumbs up but uggg
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Car Buffing DIY How To Buff A Car Restore a Cars Paint Detail Tips Part #2