Polisher

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  1. iandsm

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    If anyone interested. At Lidl today, mains power electric vehicle polisher with four polishing pads. £19.99 Comes with a three year guarantee. Haven't used it yet but it looks a well made piece of kit. A lot cheaper than Halfords.
     
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    Thanks very Much(y)
     
  3. steevie

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    Must go and find one.....they usually cost about £80.
     
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    on my way
     
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    Good pressure washer 150 bar at Aldi's on Monday £79.95 :)
     
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    Just bought Woman a polisher as she wants to do her whole car ( it is a 52 plate Jimny in red, and the red has really faded.. )

    Got it home THAN she tells me she is gonna get someone else to do it.. So any one want a brand new polisher ? !!! LOL !!!
     
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    Got one today and only paid £16.99. Thanks for the heads up. Should have a nice shiny car and MoHo by the end of week. :):). :calig:
     
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    Are they dual action polishers?


    JJ :cool:
     
  9. iandsm

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    Dunno haven't tried it yet says oscillating on the package.
     
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    ...count to 99 and change hands.(y)
     
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  11. Lee Fryer

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    Where did you get yours cant find any at our Lidl.
    Lee
     
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    Got mine in Lowestoft
     
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    Got one on Thursday, £16.99, slowly working my way round the van on it's annual polish.
     
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    I'm hoping they're stocking fiat ducato gear boxes next week, but until then I've bought a can of the waterproofing spray and a can of spray on plaster for cuts that they were selling (y)
     
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    Lidl's Lee (y)(y)




















    seriously tho' Nottingham :)
    and there were still 4 on the shelf
     
  16. JockandRita

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    I tried using one of thos oscillating polishers on the front and rear GRP panels on the MH with little success.
    The Lidl high speed angle grinder come polisher was the way to go, and gave the best results quickly, but has to be used on a "LOW SPEED"

    Cheers,

    Jock.
     

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