Wednesday, July 22, 2015

DWG FAQ # 16



Is it really impossible to burn paint with a buffer when using DRI WASH 'n GUARD®? What buffer speed is best?

 You'll have to try very hard. Under normal circumstances it cannot happen. The surface simply becomes too slippery and smooth to create the necessary friction (and heat) which causes paint burn.

An orbital or a variable-speed buffer at 1,500 RPM or less will do the job. Do Not Buff With The Edge Of The Pad-use the entire pad surface whenever possible. Operate the buffer using unhurried, overlapping circular motions while maintaining firm downward pressure.  Before attempting to use DRI WASH 'n GUARD® with a high-speed buffer, you should be experienced in the usage of a buffer and the differences in paint types with regards to buffer use.

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