my first experience buffing was with a one speed electric (borrowed!) buffer.
it should have been made into a movie! "when buffers go bad!"
was buffing the roof of my 56 chevy , had a blanket on the car's hood. sat
the buffer on the blanket upside down and somehow...it turned itself on and
took off right across the hood and i could not catch the darn thing untill it
yanked the cord out of the outlet! in retrospect it must have been a darn
been there , damaged the finish , refinished etc....etc...etc...etc
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Sent: 9/7/2006 2:50:59 PM
Subject: RE: post-paint buffing
I just thought it would be obvious to stay away from edges and pointy parts,
you really don't need to buff an edge...
Besides he has to suffer like the rest of us did!
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From: "Charles Christ" <email@example.com>
> youse guys are soooo cruel!
> no one mentioned to take extreme care at the "T" beam seams on fender tops
> or areas like fender / trunk / hood & doors whereit's real easy to burn
> right through the paint in the blink of an eye!
> or the old masking tape on the edges to protect edges when doing any