The invention is a unique multi-tasking tool featuring a variable speed cordless buffer for compound buffing and polishing motor vehicle paint finishes.
Inventor Timothy G. Hanson, Sr. of Altoona, IA has created a unique multi-tasking tool featuring a variable speed cordless buffer for compound buffing and polishing motor vehicle paint finishes.
For many people, their car is a source of personal pride and keeping it looking good is not just a chore, it is an obsession. Among the tools whose aim is to make this task easier, is the orbital polisher/buffer which is used by professionals and do-it-yourselfers alike to make the task of applying wax and polish to the painted finish on cars easier. While this product helps, the cord associated with them often gets in the way. Also, no matter how much surface area of the car needs to be polished, the cord is always a few inches too short. The conventional orbital polisher must always be used near a source of electrical power too. This is not always possible. Safety concerns are also presented when working with an orbital polisher connected to alternating current. Frequent use of a cord can result in internal damage causing it to short out. Additionally, standing water presents the risk of electrocution. Inventor Hanson has created a way in which an individual can quickly and easily polish and wax motor vehicles using a power buffer without the aggravations and safety risks of an electrical cord.
This clever new invention has no power cord required. It utilizes rechargeable battery packs. It has a variable speed switch and limiter switch and 0-6000 RPM's for low to high speed buffing. It allows for grinding, sanding and angled drilling capabilities. The use of the Cordless Variable Speed Tool allows users the ability to wax and polish their vehicles without the hindrance of a power cord in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.