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Where can we find it??

Sat Feb 15, 2014 5:09 pm by carvalhokauai

We've been trying to find your products locally here in California, we live in the central valley area (Bakersfield/Mojave). It would be so great if anyone could let us know if, and where you've found it for sale in our neck of the woods?

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Our website...

Thu Jun 19, 2008 11:35 am by BuschShineProducts

What would you like to see on our website?
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aluminum radiator polishing

Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:40 am by farmboy

I'm buffing a car radiator in a street rod it is pretty good but still has a lot of small scratches that need to come out. What is the best method for this I'm new to polishing but learning. Thanks farmboy

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How about a product usage chart...

Sat Dec 10, 2011 11:47 am by chaotik

I come to the Louisville Truck Show every year and see " the hardest working man at the show!!"

I usually stock up for the year and watch the demos .....cant get enough.

What I was hoping you could do (and make it a sticky here in the forum), is to make a chart to show what airway/ rouge combos to use for different materials. As some examples of what I would like to see are...what …

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buffing wheel ?

Mon Oct 17, 2011 6:47 am by bigmike 1938

how many buffing wheels do i need to mount on my 2 hp motor to polish some 1 1/2 in wide aluminum bars ? is it better to put use 3-4 wheels to make up a 3 in buffing wheel? Thanks bigmike1938

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Airway pads

Fri Jan 21, 2011 2:24 am by staabdii

What are the advantages to using airway pads as compared to typical buffing wheels?

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Buffing Pad Safety Guide

Mon Apr 06, 2009 9:05 am by BuschShineProducts

  • If the buffing pad wobbles, if the machine vibrates, if there are loose fittings, or if anything does not seem right-STOP.

  • Be sure that the arbor hole in the center plate of airways is the right one for your buffer. A 5/8" shaft would accommodate a 5/8" center plate.

  • For airways, use flanges. Serious injury can result when they not used. Flanges need to cover all the metal including …


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Using Safety Flanges Is A Must!!!

Tue Mar 31, 2009 11:43 am by BuschShineProducts


This show how the pad material has separated from the clinch ring. This was caused from not using Busch Safety Flanges. The money savings is not worth the damaged caused! It is likely this person was injured as well.




This is a close up of the center.




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