3M Ultrafina SE demonstration video

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  1. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Nice video, I saw that on Autopia the other day.

    That rotary looks strangely familiar.

    I can tell you Scott that after I used my new Hitachi this weekend that the PC 7428's speed ratings are low. I was on speed 3 on the Hitachi and that is 1700rpms and I would prolly have to be on 4 or 4.5 on the 7428 to get that speed. Odd....
     
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    I am looking at also getting a new rotary and having the 7428 as a backup. I hear too many horror stories about rotaries dying in the middle of a detail-hell, I had a PC die on me once.

    Now that I am used to the rotary, I usually reach for it first. With Poli-Seal/blue or the Ultrafina twins, I am confident I can finish down hologram free. :)
     
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    scott, get the 9227C, its by far the best one out there, My father-in-law does Paint/Body work and is highly skilled, he taught me how to use a Rotary the proper way and how to select wool or foam pads depending on the situation and compond after wet-sanding vehicles, I have used the PC, the Dewalt, and the Makita, the Makita is hands down the best one, one thing I REALLY like about it is that when you pull the trigger, it slowly ramps up to speed, rather then immediately taking off and just spinning the compound everywhere...

    I was taught to use it to buff out wet-sanded fresh paint, detailing with one is fairly new to me, which is why I also just bought a UDS
     

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