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Polisher Usage what is the right way to work with the polisher?

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You must keep your polisher moving to avoid building up a concentration of heat in one spot. Try to keep the pad completely flush with the paint – this will distribute the friction throughout a larger area, dispersing the heat evenly throughout

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