The reusable Flitz Polishing Ball creates a mirror-like shine quickly, and works with all 3/8" drills and air tools. Buffs up to 2000 RPM. Will buff out scuffs, oxidation, tarnish, brake dust, pitting, & corrosion on ALL metals, paints, fiberglass, plastics, Eisenglass, and wood. Buffs hard-to-reach areas in seconds. Polishes in minutes what otherwise takes hours. Great on textured or smooth surfaces like diamond plate! Made of fine Italian polishing felt.
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The Flitz Polishing and Buffing Ball is a revolutionary new way to buff and polish ALL painted surfaces, metals, fiberglass, plastics, Eisenglass, Plexiglas, aluminum running boards, mag wheels, railings, motorcycles, antiques, furniture, awnings, shower enclosures, and patio furniture. Also works exceptionally well in industrial polishing and buffing jobs on stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and much more.
Washing the BuffBall: Although the BuffBall can be machine washed, best results are achieved by allowing the BuffBall to soak in a bucket of soapy water for approximately an hour. After removing it from the bucket, rinse well with clean water, and allow to air dry.
Will not burn or scorch—self cooling
Will not tear if exposed to sharp edges
Soft material and no exposed hardware keeps surfaces safe
Easy to use; machine washable and reusable—up to 10 times—when used with Flitz premium polishing products
Power-rated for effective use at speeds up to 2500 rpm
Patented shaft provides a secure hold in drill or air tool.
Fits any 3/8" drill or air tool; also fits bench grinders and drill presses
Great for smooth or textured surfaces
Removes the following quickly and safely:
How to use the BuffBall
1. Attach BuffBall securely to drill** or air tool. Use forward or right rotation ONLY.
2. Apply a thin coat of Flitz premium polish to the surface you are polishing.
3. Begin by buffing lightly. For highest luster and shine, increase speed and buff up to 2500 rpm.
4. If necessary, repeat steps 2 and 3 above.
**NOTE: Any 3/8-in. drill will work, but a cordless drill produces higher rpms, and faster results
I used the Flitz Bufferball after using metal polish on an old aluminum boat. It was completely ineffective. It loaded up quickly and did no better than polishing with a terry cloth rag. Save your money
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend