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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-03-2011, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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PC 7424XP VS Meguiars G110v2

okay so the green mercury is full of swirls. that i finaly decided to try and tackle but for a change i cant do it by hand . so ive decided ima get a DA polisher.

choices PC 7424XP . Heard its bullet proof. but very loud . and vibrates alot more than the other choice.

Meguiars G110v2 . Heard its more comfy in the hand. not nearly as loud as the PC . and vibrates less due to its rubber coating *something like that*.

both machines would get the job done everyone says. but we all know i can never decide on things lol. so im hoping one of u on here have exp with one or both of these machines and can help me out. im drawn to the meguiars 1 cause i use all meguiars products. and 2 hearing its not nearly as loud as i dont wana hear the ppl next door moaning about the machine. reasons i hesitate to get the meguiars is the orginal g110 was known to brake down. while everyone says the V2 is worlds better for reliability hard choice... thank.


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-03-2011, 07:11 PM
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At first I was like, hmmmm this looks like a spam page. Further inspection I read your post and didn't know what the heck you were talking about. Then I googled the two products you mentioned and was like 'ooooooooooohhh'

Sorry dude, no imput on this hur. Me don't use wax tools, I usually just wash my car with soap and water.

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lol yeah i guess i shoulda said polisher / buffer / da polisher / machine something along those lines haha. yeah i do all my work by hand but my grandfathers car thats now my parents swirls are so bad i was out there for 4 hours in a small like 2 by 2 area and doesnt look like i did anything clear coat is so hard i gotta step up to a machine .


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