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    Max Shine/Shine Master Branding

    Picked up a Maxshine, I mean Shine Master, I mean...

    Have a Flex 3401 and love it. Also use a Flex PE8 for small spots. Have a Porter Cable as well but it stays in the bag these days. Wanted to try a long throw polisher so went with the budget Max Shine 15mm. I knew that they changed their name but I thought this was pretty funny..

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    Really? A cheap sticker over the name? On this side they did not even manage to put it on over the old name. Plus, here is the box it came in..

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    Granted, the polisher itself has the new Max Shine name on it.

    Not a big deal and I understand where they are coming from. It just seems if they were going to go to the effort to attempt something, they might as well put a little effort into it.

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    Re: Max Shine/Shine Master Branding

    Taking every possible shortcut and no QA... I guess now you know what to expect from the polisher.
    Bruno Soares


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    Re: Max Shine/Shine Master Branding

    Quote Originally Posted by BSoares View Post
    Taking every possible shortcut and no QA... I guess now you know what to expect from the polisher.
    I actually watched good reviews of it. I don't think it is a great polisher but I suspect it will do just fine for a non-professional.

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