How do you use a car polishing machine
Regular polishing will ensure your car's paintwork remains in flawless condition. To keep the paintwork pristine, aim to use a rotary polisher a few times a year. If you don’t have a garage, your car will be more exposed to the elements, meaning that more regular polishing might be required to reduce any damage to the paintwork. Remember that excess polishing can also damage the paint by leaving scuff or burn marks. To begin polishing your car, you'll need to ensure the surface has been thoroughly cleaned of all dust, grit, and hard-to-remove stains (like tree resin). You don't want to risk anything scratching the surface of your car. For best results, begin by applying a small amount of polish to the car by hand, spreading it out evenly. Then, turn the machine on. Choose the softest pads available and keep the machine parallel to the surface of the car to prevent swirl marks. Don’t try to cover a large area at once with the machine. Rather, work in small sections. Keep the same pressure throughout and move on to another section when the polish is well dispersed and the paint feels warm to the touch. Make sure you keep the machine in contact with the car before switching it off, then lift it up.