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  • customandsound
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    well caswell got every thing you need to start ... i would read the how to buf manual.. there is a lot of trick of the trade there and there are alot of items listed ...... i would start off with the biggest buffer you can afford and get a comb pad/compound kit from caswell ... and add to it as money comes about ...... it takes a lot of time to get the parts looking good .... so check out caswell's you can't beat the buy one get one on the buff's

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  • ScottM67
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    newbie here, looking for suggestions

    Hi All. I'm hoping that some of you can help me with a list of supplies I would need to put together a decent shop. I have some limited polishing experience (mainly with the hand drill), and now I'm looking to go all out and start a polishing business. I need a list of the basic stuff I should have to get started. Any help is greatly appreciated.