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      05-19-2013, 07:15 PM   #4
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Is the buffer too much for a beginner?
Really depends on the person and what they know. If you start with a light cutting pad, glaze and a low speed with good movement, you can get the hang of it without risking damage to your paint. I would say knowing the combinations of polishes, pads and pressure is more important than what machine/product your using.
I appreciate the reply! Well I've been reading like crazy and since It would be my first time, is rather go with something more beginner friendly (pc 7424xp).

GLWS man!
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