I’m impressed with your arm movement speed. This is encouraging me to learn more of rotary. I have always like rotary but find it difficult to learn how to be more effective and work faster with it. I can get good results but it takes longer because I’m afraid, all the myths and stories have done this to me 😅 I have a flex pe 14-2 with 5” backing plate and a shine mate ep803k with 1,2and3” plates for edge work.
Thank you I will go through all your rotary videos and take notes 😎
Great vid bro...i was planning on buying a SPTA rotary polisher...can you give me your views on that type please thanks....love your videos
I have seen many videos and seen many mentors but you focus on work rather than designing the videos. I have some question. May be you have posted on them previously but couldnt find out.
1. sanding v/s claying
2. Polishing machine type. Rotary, dual action. Etc, when to use which machine. And which is professional and beginners. I belong from India here bosch is used mostly. Please help
So good! Aloha!!
Great instructions! 100 times better than all those long intros, big speeches and snotty hood ornaments.
Very useful video! thank you!
Mashallah brother a good introductory video. Ali from UK 🇬🇧
can you finish a job just by a Dual Action Polisher?
What pads are you using many thanks
Excellent video, i enjoy all of your videos actually and you know how to make something complicated seem simple. Thank you!
На русский переведите , а то ничего не понятно.
The Handel can be adjusted & turned ?
He is using a Hitachi SP18VA rotary polisher
Thanks - I great video. What do you think about the trend towards DA polishers for detailing? The rotary seems sort of smoother and quieter - I'd be doing my work in noise sensitive areas (apartment blocks), so I'm wondering whether I should buck the trend and just take the time to learn the rotary. (I'm just an enthusiast - not a professional)
Thanks for the video. As a beginner, it's very useful. Especially the unedited before and after! Many talk about the rotary but do not show the results. You guys are fantastic.
What kind of backing plates are those I see you use on your videos? Considering a good DA but I have a good Makita rotary I got for my boat, but I'm not sure if to use on my newer cars. Let me know where to buy. Thank you!
Hi! I am planning to do a DIY on my toyota vios. I am afraid I might burn my paint when I use a rotary polisher. Can I use the technique you did here when for step 1 2 and 3? Im planning to use compound first, then polish then wax. Thank you!
What is it you like about the hitachi over the Flex Pe rotary? I see you using that rotary often and wanted to learn what you like so much about it. I'm going to buy my first rotary soon. I watched your other video too. Thx!
Is 4500 rpm too fast?
Great video. Did you use a cutting compound or polish to remove sanding marks? Thanks
nice share bro..
Ada tak model polisher yg kurang bunyi bising?
Can we use a angle grinder like Bosch GWS 600 as a polisher?????.....
Thank You Boss.. I learned so much from your channel. Keep going
A Love from Kerala, India
thank you, Greetings from Bogota, Colombia
I thought of buying the makita 7" polisher(D handle). Do you think its a good choice?
Your views on Maguiar’s Dual Action machines?
thank mate. very useful info.
nice video bro..good job..thx
Makita for the win!!
Explained very well. I had no idea there was a vertical rotary. The newer Flex rotary have a rubber in front that you can push with your hand. The one in the video is an older model without the rubber part.
This guy is better than larry 😃
I don't even think I've seen torque ratings. Should I just get a hitachi and be done or do any other brands have constant torque too? Thanks
Very good presentation from a Malaysian..... appreciate that.......!
Only Sick people like us have to have the newest polisher i have more polishers than pads
Thanks for all the tips. Really enjoy your videos. In return, I'd like to let you know about an issue I had with that very same Hitachi SP18VA. It started acting up, overheating and intermittently not starting. Pulled the variable trigger out of it, and found it was not rebuild-able, so I was resigned to coughing up about $50 to replace it. Ultimately, I discovered it was simply one of the brushes sticking in its square channel, and not consistently touching the commutator. Filed the diameter of the brush a little smaller, and it's been great ever since! Just a head's up in case yours starts malfunctioning.
Did you sell the velco pad holder for FLEX model?.
Are the FLEX thread shaft is same with bosch brand or universal pad m14.
Thank you for the video. Great tips and and very educational.
very educational - thanks for sharing
Wonderfull vide,, sir,,👌👌👌👌💐💐💐
Incredibly useful! Thanks a lot pal. Even a first timer like me could understand the 101-basics of a rotary polisher easily. This is definitely a must-watch for those who intend to take their baby steps in using a rotary polisher to detail their rides. Your clip is now urging me to buy a polisher ASAP haha! Liked and sub'd.
It just craps out scratches and holograms. Iv tried everything.
Wow would never have worked out the handle without this vid,what a tip.
Don't roll the wires on your machine as shown. Just curl it up, with a large radius and leave it on the machine.
HIKOKI NO TIENE MALETAS PARA SUS HERRAMIENTAS.. QUE PENA.. YO QUIERO UNAS MALETAS PARA MIS HERRAMIENTAS HIKOKI HITACHI NO TIENEN.....😭😭😭😭..
Great Video! The question is about speed. what speed is at number 1 ? (Rpm) what speed is on 2 and 3...
Is theat the same on all rotary?
You are better than most of the other channels out there..you explain basic things that other channels dont mention
Tip number 8 if you couldn’t figure out the firsts 7 tips on your own using common sense, you have none. Also you are unbelievably stupid and have no business using any kind of power tool! Wow.
I been researching car detailing videos for several months and so far U have have the most informative videos, Good Job brother! Thx for sharing and keep'em coming!!
Permission to use your video as my training module master!
Yes, Master thanks for the help!!!
Great tips. Simply straight forward. Some I didn't know after a few years of using the rotary.
The fingernails... My god !
Not sure how to plug mine into the mains electric..... Can you post a video teaching me this??
Thank you for sharing! A lot of useful information and very nice explained!
This hand support is crap, I can not get used to this hand grip, I prefer the traditional one.
good video. I just wish he went in to more detail on how to plug it in to the wall outlet..
Great channel,keep!up the great work
Mana mahu beli pad osren
They looked gone at 7:49 to me
Are those pads easier to keep flat than the 3M ones?
Hey folks, Henry and the Osren team,
I would like to share my experience with a certain kind of swirls here, also I want to stress the meaning of this videoclip when we talk about removing swirls and thank Henry and the Osren team for providing me with tips and hints that really proved valuable for me!
Maybe this text can help some of you guys sort out a kind of complicated issue and makes it a little clearer and easy to understand.
Let’s get into it: Those swirls on my black Ford were driving me crazy. Whatever combination I tried and whatever technique I used (watch Osren videos regarding arm speed, amount of product, rpm and applied pressure that influence the cutting effect), I wasn’t able to remove them. Just to be complete, I want to mention that I used only good quality products and pads and with 2+ years experience in cutting and polishing, I am not a super pro but also not a beginner. And I don’t have a DA, only a rotary and didn’t want to invest because it’s my private car and no profits involved...
Those swirls were of the kind that you couldn’t see them in the shade or indoors at all. But you were able to see them very obviously in bright sunlight and it was ugly I can tell you. I fixed a lot of extra light with plenty of bright LED tubes and all that in order to see them when I work and to check the results, but no. And I want to mention that I live in Thailand, so once the sun comes out, the light it is super bright. Means those swirls are really almost undetectable but I saw them regularly and I hated them because I tried to remove them for months and I failed.
When I saw the clip and talked to Henry (many thanks for taking the time to reply!), he guessed already that those swirls were very light swirls, not deep and recommended a downgrade. I (as not-professional) tended to upgrade rather downgrading because it made more sense.
Generally: I want to remove something and it can’t removed with a certain way or product, it makes sense to use something stronger, right? That’s common sense in general life I would say. But not in polishing.
After that, I downgraded and again tried this and that combination but still not the desired results. I couldn’t believe anything anymore.
Can you guys guess how I ended up? After I already kind of accepted that it’s impossible to remove them, I tried my machine polish and applied it by hand and a microfiber towel. And after 2 passes, I couldn’t believe my eyes: GONE! After that I tried a foam pad with the same machine polish that said „finishing pad, no cutting ability“ and: GONE
In the end, after the polishing of every panel, I had to drive out into the sun to check the results. But it wasn’t an issue as long as I got my results!
So the message of this text is: for certain kind of swirls, start with the less aggressive combination you have available. Possibly apply the product by hand first and check the results! It won’t do any harm. And after that work your way up.
A personal add: it’s so satisfying to solve a frustrating problem by your own hands and brains (of course with certain help like the Osren team here) and to gain further knowledge and capabilities. Even this task was so challenging, I leaned a lot and I am happy and grateful to go through this -at first very very frustrating- experience.
Good luck and plenty of success!
Thank you sir, it was very helpful & your explanation + demo was perfect
.i wantedt to know can we remove holograms by hand if i dont have DA or rotary
can we polish by hand?
one short question: if we still see orange peel on the panel, is it correct that the clear coat is not that thin yet? so still in the safe zone?
I am worried that I was too aggressive prior to watching this clip but I still have orange peel on my panels.
Great deal this clip. It just hits the point.
Had to smile almost throughout the whole clip because I observed the exact same things before I watched this clip and was confused like crazy. The hard thing to understand is why less aggressive can remove more defects. That doesn’t make sense, at least for swirl marks. Holograms yes.
Once you experience it and think about it thoroughly and you will get behind it....
Man this looks great.
I use a rotary and microfiber with cutting compound to do the bulk as it's the most aggressive combo. After that I switch to a orbital polisher with foam and finishing comp. This is the fastest way for me and also leaves a spotless and haze free finish.
Why bgm feels like John wick music 😅😅
Great tutorial, finally one that's not done using a 1000 dollar rupes polisher
when i use dewalt 849x why its always shaking , whats wrong? the pad or ?
Can we use a rotary machine (Dewalt) for waxing? Will it cause any hologram or swirl marks? I already have black & decker but thinking into buying something more powerful for occasional waxing or polishing if required.
Another awesome how to video keep up the great job guys!!
He could've easily said "but if your too poor to buy a DA" but he has good speaking skills 👍
What brand product did you use for the hood demonstration in this video?
Great explanation of technique. Thanks.
Great video. Your vocabulary and English are excellent and your instructions are clear and to the point. Thanks for sharing.
Exactly what I needed to see as I have similar color on my Subaru Forester XT. Thanks!