The DeWalt Buffer represents one of the industry's top picks of high-speed car buffers and polishers. I personally rank it as one of my top picks when it comes to professional grade car polishers.
For many people the choice can be a difficult one if you lack industry experience, and helping you understand the differences in order to make an informed decision will be the ultimate goal of this DeWalt polisher review. The industry is continually coming out with more and more quality car buffers which in my opinion represents both he good news and the bad news. Follow along as I lay out important deciding factors anyone should consider before buying.
Before you can decide on the top rated car buffer for yourself, many people will be unsure in deciding between the rotary (high-speed) buffer and the random orbital car buffer.
My simple answer is that most of you will likely be happier with the winning balance of a top-rated random orbital. If you are unsure as to which car polisher is the right choice for you and your world, see my Car Buffers Review: picking the best buffer for yourself.
"What most people don't realize is that nothing will match the speed of a quality rotary car polisher when it comes to compounding. Getting to point A to point B cannot be matched with any DA buffer regardless of what you have read or heard"
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Before the introduction of DA biuffers and the fanfare these car buffers receive, deciding between a car buffer was limited to deciding between brands only, not the different types of car buffers.
If you plan on reaching the top level of all forms of polishing and the ability to work on anything from car, boat or RV you are going to have to step up to a rotary.
Also the rotary in the right hands can turn out high level paint correction in far less time random orbital DA buffer will ever be able to do; despite the endless opinions from guys who don't even know how to use a rotary car polisher.
Look in any body shop and you will not see a single random orbital; there is a reason for this and it's all about speed.
Now that you have become one of the minority in this world called the informed, do me a favor and pay this page forward to any of your forums, social media, or Facebook groups.
I thank you in advance,