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    Default Using a Typical drill for a Buff vs a buffer?

    I got one of those swansdown buffs & was wondering if a typical handheld drill cordless or electric can be used?

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    I have used one in a drill. To hold it in the drill chuck you will need to put a 1/4 inch bolt through the mop and tighten the nut onto the mop.
    Hope that makes sense.
    Tom

    "It's good enough" is low aim

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    Cordless or electric depends on what type of fish you are wanting to polish. I'd go electric for anything over 6lbs.
    *Mods, I think this needs to be in the Finishing section*
    Those were the droids I was looking for.
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    Sounds fishy to me. Can the mods reel in this thread?
    Fishing in the buff? Kinky with the bugs.

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    Just a simple update for all of us who enjoy drilling in the buff.
    My GF thinks that it's a really good idea.
    Who am I to complain?

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