You posted recently about a small orbital polisher, a 3" diameter version, I think.
I've done several keyword searches to find that post, but no luck. I even searched, "Spectators", to find one of your posts, but no luck there, either.
Please let me know which model orbital polisher you posted about.
This is the polisher I found.
At a little over $100, it's probably about average for this kind of tool. -I wouldn't be surprised, though, if Harbor Freight has something similar of lesser quality for a lesser price. -The neat thing about this one is the three-inch business end, which is probably a good size for polishing the flat surfaces of a brass radiator. -Maybe it's not quite as good on horns and cowl lamps, but it's the radiator that's the most time-consuming and back-breaking.
Thank you Bob.
I have several Snap On small orbital sanders. While the discs are not cheap the work they can perform is incredible. Of course the Snap On sanders are air powered with a really nice throttle. I have used mine for years with not one spec of trouble. One of my fav go to tools.