I went to the extremly helpful "Clean Your Car" at Huddersfield on Wednesday. Been plenty of times before and the service has always been first class despite the fact that I just turn up.
Well I bought a "Clean Your Car" rotary polisher Based on the Kestral. Plus a smaller backing plate on smaler white sonus pad. I have had a Megs G220 for 18 months (the latest one for only 3 months as the first early model died.)
Well I started yesterday lunchtime and stopped at 5 this evening having a full day today. I still have the nearside doors to do - the rest I have done a full correction on - although the swirls and light scratches were minimal.
I am really impressed with the machine - it cost £59 with a 5" backing plate. I've used it with the white sonus pads and Megs 80 and it has sorted the lot out.
I have to say although that compared to the Megs G220 it is really hard work on the arms. I stopped tonight due to fatigue - They do not behave like the megs does in terms of stopping where you put it or where you want it to go.
The Megs - as good as it is will be going on ebay as I am now converted to the rotary over the dual action. Although as I learnt on a small section on the front bumper - the dual actions are so much safer on the paintwork.
Will post some pics up when I have finished - can't decide what to do the last polish with on a finishing pad - I have som e SRP, Meg's Carnuba wax and lots of Mir. Which would you go for. It will be the 476 that goes on for LSP.
Thanks for reading