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    Member Chevota Guy's Avatar
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    New convert here

    I just used my Flex 3401 for the first time and now see what many of you have been saying..............I love it! My only other experience was with a PC 7424 and what a difference. While I really like the 7424, the forced rotation of the flex is so much more efficient. I just did a dark blue Tahoe with Menzerna SF4500 and couldn't believe the results. Last year I buffed it out with the PC and Megs 205, but I still had a few swirls. Using the Flex, I managed to get everything out (except a few RIDS) in about 60% of the time.

    I really like the self teaching aspect of the tool that gives you constant feedback about keeping the pad level to the surface. It was a delight to use.
    AGO is like drinking from a firehose
    Rick (spelled with a D and not an R)

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    Re: New convert here

    welcome to the Flex family

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    Senior Member Corey@OptimalDetailing's Avatar
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    Re: New convert here

    Welcome! The more I use the Flex, the more I find it balanced and controllable. At first, it is a steep learning curve, but once you get over the hump it is such a pleasure to use. I also feel that it has helped me become more controlled and balanced with my PC, more so than before anyways.

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    Re: New convert here

    Love my Flex!

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    Re: New convert here

    Welcome to The FLex Force!!!! May the Force be with you!!!! Luke I am your Father!!!!

    LOL Now that I showed you my real "Geeky Nerdy" side I am glad you enjoy the Flex. I do too!!

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    Re: New convert here

    Congrats! I love mine as well.

    Here is an article I have put together on maximizing the performance of the 3401, Hybrid pads, and Menzerna products.

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    Welcome to autogeek

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