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    Cyclo for beginner?

    I really want to get a cyclo because it's made in the USA. But it would be my first polisher. Are these machines newbie friendly or should I learn on a different machine first


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    Re: Cyclo for beginner?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sully6541 View Post
    I really want to get a cyclo because it's made in the USA. But it would be my first polisher. Are these machines newbie friendly or should I learn on a different machine first


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    They are very newbie friendly. You really can't make a mistake with a Cyclo unless you dropped one on the hood of your car.

    I demonstrated the Cyclo to remove scratches on black paint each day at SEMA this last year using their yellow foam cutting pads and Uber compound and it worked like a charm.

    Here's a how-to article for this tool...

    How To Use The Cyclo Polisher








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    Awesome. Thank you for the reply!


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    I bought mine 7 years ago and it is still my go to polisher. Minimal effort and you don't have to fight with the machine. I heard some folks say that it's a glorified waxer, it made me laugh. I say if you can get results from from a machine and you like using it then use it.

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