Meguiar's Dual-Action Polisher Drill Attachment
The other day I decided to do Anne a favor and wash and wax her boat Snoopy. Snoopy is her pride and joy! See a few boating adventure videos -
She has had it since new 14 years ago and likes to keep it in ship shape. But at 14 years with the slow breakdown of the gel coat, especially on the top decks, polishing and waxing by hand have become a little more difficult.
So, I was looking around to buy myself a polisher, not only for Anne's boat but also for the RV and truck. Being a full-time RVer I wanted something I could keep with us in the RV. Storage space and weight are always a concern so was happy when I came across the Meguiar's DA Power System.
The Meguair's DA polisher is a small drill activated polisher. Since I already carry a drill in the RV I'd just be adding the small lightweight attachment and not a separate polisher motor. I picked the Meguiar DA due to good reviews on many store websites and the fact that it's a Dual-Action polisher versus a plain circular unit.
The little polisher attachment worked great allowing me to quickly shine up Anne's boat with much less effort than a hand wax. The polisher is well built. My only quibble with the product would be with the pads. The glue that holds the velcro attachment material appears weak as it started to peel off after some use. I had read this in other reviews.
In this video, I take it apart and give you a closer look then a demo of it in action and a look at how the boat turned out.
I bought the Meguair's DA Power System at Canadian Tire for 69.99 CAD. It's also available on Amazon, in both the USA and Canada
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Amazon CA -
Snoopy is looking good! You need to put a hitch on the Cougar and you can double tow that around for Anne on your snowbird trips. You got the truck for it.
Using Snoopy in the sand would be really hard on it.
Many jurisdictions don't allow that type of towing.
Hey Ray. Purchased the polisher and started to use it. It is well built, small but does the job. Started on finishing the other half of my Titanium that I didn't finish last year.
Yup, not great if you're looking to finish the whole thing quick but go little tool for small jobs or pecking away at a big one over time. Cheers! Ray
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