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DA LEVELER, Dual-Action 21mm Polisher

DA LEVELER, Dual-Action 21mm Polisher

DA Leveler - Smooth, Dependable, Powerful Polishing-Compounding Polisher - Perfect for every Car Detailing Kit

Precio habitual $349.99 USD
Precio habitual $629.99 USD Precio de oferta $349.99 USD
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DA LEVELER, Dual Action polisher provides up to 30% more power to the buffing surface than the leading polishers. This additional power and increased balance greatly reduce the stall rate and increase overall performance when cutting and polishing. With proven durability and performance, tested in RV Manufactures, Body Shops, and Professional Detail Centers, the DA Leveler outlasts the leading brand by more than 4 times the life expectancy. DA Leveler combines comfort, power, performance, and dependability making it the "go to" workhorse you need and always wanted.

Using a DA (Dual Action) polisher is a straightforward process that can help you achieve professional-quality results when polishing and waxing your vehicle's paintwork. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use a DA polisher:

  1. Preparation:
    Start by washing your vehicle thoroughly to remove any dirt, debris, or contaminants from the surface. Make sure the car is parked in a shaded area to avoid direct sunlight during the polishing process.
  2. Choosing the right products:
    Select the appropriate polishing compound and polishing pads for your vehicle's paint condition. If your paint has minor swirl marks or light imperfections, choose a medium-cut polish and an appropriate foam or microfiber pad. For more severe imperfections, use a heavy-cut compound.
  3. Safety first:
    Wear safety goggles and a dust mask to protect yourself from dust particles and debris that may be generated during the polishing process.
  4. Prime the pad:
    Apply a few drops of polishing compound onto the pad and spread it evenly with your fingers. This ensures that the compound is evenly distributed before starting the machine.
  5. Setting up the machine:
    Attach the appropriate polishing pad to the DA polisher's backing plate. Make sure the polisher is set at a low speed setting before turning it on.
  6. Polishing technique:
    Hold the DA polisher with a firm grip and keep it flat against the surface of the car. Start with a small section (about 2x2 feet) and work in overlapping passes, moving the polisher in a back-and-forth and up-and-down motion. Avoid applying excessive pressure, as the machine's dual-action motion is designed to be effective without added force.
  7. Keep the pad lubricated:
    Periodically check the pad to ensure it stays lubricated with the polishing compound. If it appears dry, add a few more drops of compound to keep the pad moist.
  8. Inspect your work:
    After completing a section, wipe off the excess polish with a clean microfiber towel and inspect the paint for any remaining imperfections. Repeat the process if necessary until the desired level of correction is achieved.
  9. Waxing the vehicle:
    Once the polishing is complete, remove the polishing pad and attach a clean foam or microfiber applicator pad. Apply a thin layer of wax or sealant to protect the freshly polished paintwork. Follow the product instructions for best results.
  10. Final touches:
    After waxing, allow the product to cure as directed, typically a few minutes. Then, buff off the wax residue using a clean microfiber towel, revealing a glossy and protected finish.
  11. Clean up:
    Clean the DA polisher and used pads thoroughly after each use. Properly store the machine and polishing compounds in a cool, dry place.

Remember, practice makes perfect. If you're new to using a DA polisher, consider practicing on a small, inconspicuous area before tackling the entire vehicle. With patience and attention to detail, you can achieve impressive results and keep your car's paint looking fresh and well-maintained.

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