The Secret to Buffing & Polishing Cars – From the Classics to Brand New Beauties

Cars – The Great American Love Affair

how to polish carsDid you know the first automobile patent was actually issued in 1886 to Karl Benz in Germany, not Henry Ford as most of us would believe? However, we have the Ford Motor Company to thank for beginning assembly-line mass production of the Model T in 1913 at a high-end cost of $850. By 1924, they sold for a mere $290, and suddenly cars were affordable to almost everyone. Thus, the American love affair with the automobile was born!

Whether your car is merely functional to get you from point A to point B, you’re a classic car collector who spends countless hours on restoration, or you’re a sports car fanatic, it’s hard to imagine life without them. The important thing about making any car last and enjoying the drive is upkeep – there’s no better way to lengthen the life of a vehicle and keep its worth than by maintaining it to the fullest. You have to know the secret about how to polish cars. Here are some fun facts about cars and the best-kept secret for easy exterior maintenance.

“Over the course of 2018, Americans collectively spent 70 billion hours behind the wheel.” – AAA

For the Classic Car Enthusiast

If you’re a classic car owner, nothing beats showing off your most prized possession at a local car show. It seems everyone has their favorite and it varies from state to state. Here in Missouri, where BuffPro is headquartered, the most popular classic car is the 1969 Dodge Charger. The 1969 Charger is also the classic automobile of choice in Georgia, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, and Texas. If you own one of these, you’re probably the envy of vintage car fanatics all over the country!

In neighboring Illinois, the classic car of choice is the 1969 Dodge El Camino. If you head out West to California, it’s the 1967 Ford Mustang, and in Idaho, it’s the 1935 Ford Pickup. The 1964 Ford Fairlane is the most sought-after choice in Oklahoma, and in South Carolina, they’re partial to the 1968 Chevy Camaro. If you’re like us, you love them all!

What most car owners don’t love are the hours spent polishing and trying to remove oxidation, rust, corrosion, scratches, and other sins from the exterior. That’s why you’ll love BuffPro® who knows how to polish cars. Compared to rotary-style buffers, drum-style BuffPro is proven to cut polishing time in half and safely eliminate swirl marks, holograms, and all exterior issues – even cloudy headlights – with ease. Non-rotary BuffPro is the secret to a showroom shine, every time, with less effort and actual joy in the process.

For the Modern Sports Car Fanatic

If you’re a modern car fan or sports car enthusiast, chances are, you go for style and speed. After all, what’s more exhilarating than the excitement of racing down an open stretch of highway in a sleek, high-performance vehicle? Nothing gives the feeling of freedom like the acceleration and fluid ride of a beautiful sport car.

If you’re lucky enough to own one of these, undoubtedly you see the admiration of most the guys (and women) in your neighborhood. Unfortunately, you probably also spend countless hours detailing and polishing your baby and still can’t eliminate those annoying holograms and swirl marks and have to use several different tools, compounds, and pads to try to get the shine you want. The BuffPro buffer knows how to polish cars and will put an end to that once and for all and give you more time to enjoy driving.

Americans have long had passion for fast cars and that’s reflected in the five most popular sports cars today: Ford Mustang, Chevy Camaro, Chevy Corvette, Nissan GT-R, Porsche 911.

The BuffPro Difference

Whether you’re a collector, sports-car fan, or a functional driver going to work and running errands, you know that proper car maintenance, outside and under the hood, will extend its life, keep it reliable, and make it feel new longer. And, nothing shows pride of ownership like a high gloss shine all the time.

We’re confident, like so many before you, you’ll love our BuffPro buffer for complete exterior car care. If you read our testimonials or ask anyone familiar with BuffPro, they’ll tell you, “Nothing works faster or gives you better results in less time.” That’s because we engineered our high-quality, electric drum-style BuffPro buffer to fix all the frustrating buffing and polishing issues that other products on the market create:

  • Super easy to use the first time – no prior buffing experience necessary.
  • Eliminates annoying holograms and swirl marks – and it’s impossible to make new ones.
  • Buffs and polishes all surfaces (even headlamps) in about half the time as other buffer/polishers on the market.
  • Requires much less physical effort, less compound, and fewer pads.

“Americans spend an average of 17,600 minutes driving each year.” – AAA

5 Simple Steps for Unbeatable Shine

To get a deep, mirror shine with BuffPro, you can first watch one of our many quick (2-3 minutes) demonstration videos, or just jump into it and follow these 5 easy steps:

  1. Clean the surface that you want to polish.
  2. Apply a strip or two of polish to the surface.
  3. Set BuffPro to the lowest setting (1) and spread the polish over the area you will be buffing.
  4. Once you’ve spread the polish, increase the speed of BuffPro and slowly move it back and forth across the surface until it is well-polished, or the compound is used up.
  5. Wipe away the excess polish.

Get to Know BuffPro

Whether you’re restoring an old, neglected truck or car, keeping a sheen on your beloved sports car, or simply want your functional car’s exterior to gleam, BuffPro knows the secret about how to polish cars and is the solution to easy upkeep. For convenience, we’ve created discounted kits with the BuffPro, compounds, and pads you’ll need to get started. We have online ordering, worldwide distribution, or you can contact us directly and we’ll help you get just what you need. If you’re in the USA, we also offer free shipping on our kits. 1-800-699-4160

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