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Old 06-05-2011, 01:38 PM   #13 (permalink)
Junkman2008
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Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
I use the flex because it gets the job done in less than half the time as the PC. the PC has no torque and is for very small jobs with very light scratching... it's also not like I have to turn the flex all the way up so does it really matter?
That what Goliath though about his weapons and armor. David proved him wrong.

Technique trumps product and equipment any day of the year. Tiger Woods could give you his clubs and use some Wal-Mart clubs and still run you off the golf course. The Flex is way more aggressive than you need to be on a spanking new car. The PC, couple with the right products and a effective technique can work wonders. I did this truck at a car show using a PC with 50 people standing around and watching me. Took me about 2 hours because I kept stopping to explain what I was doing and answering questions.

Does your paint look remotely this bad?


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