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Old 11-02-2009, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Pride0aries View Post
Great to hear this from someone who knows their business vs. my trial and error aka dumb luck

What to you think of the Mother's Ball for consumer use? I know it's not professional grade, but am tempted to get one and try it out on top of either the cleaner or the carnuba polish/wax.

Thanks in advance.
I actually have the PowerBall for Paint and the PowerBall Mini. The Mini is an excellent tool for metal polishing and believe it or not inner wheel barrel cleaning when you're not taking the wheels off. The PowerBall for Paint seems like a waste of money to me, even from a consumer's standpoint. It's just to cumbersome and awkward to be used effectively. IMO, you'd be better off just buying a cheap $30 orbital waxer from Autozone or whatever.

Or if you're serious about caring for your paint, get a real Random Orbital polisher like the PC7424XP and a small assortment of pads, like this one. It has enough power to remove even 1500 grit sanding marks, yet is so safe it'd be just about impossible to damage your paint with it. It's great for applying waxes and sealants, too.

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