SM 10250-50

Flitz Buff Ball - Super Mini 2" - Yellow w/1.76oz Tube Flitz Polish

Flitz Buff Ball - Super Mini 2" - Yellow w/1.76oz Tube Flitz Polish
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2" Super-Mini Buff Ball with 1.76oz Tube Flitz Polish

Got a motorcycle? Spoked wheels? This tool is a real time-saver. Clean &
Polish the easy way. Power-rated for speeds up to 2000 rpm, it fits any
3/8-inch drill or air tool. Perfect for mag or spoked wheels or in and
around the engine. The tool's patented no-scratch 8-inch shaft extends your
reach, protects your fingers and safely fits into tight areas. The 100%
viscose felt material won't tear like foam buffers. And the self-cooling
means it can't scorch or burn. This tool is guaranteed washable and
reusable.

The Flitz Super-Mini Buff Ball is perfect for polishing motorcycle hardware.
It also is great for removing bluing, road film and burn marks from pipes.
The ball's thin polishing fins easily conform to fit into small places, like
engine heads and spokes. It also can be used to oxidation and light
scratches from plastic windscreens.
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Flitz Buff Ball - Super Mini 2" - Yellow w/1.76oz Tube Flitz Polish SM 10250-50 FLITZ BUFF BALL SUPER MINI 2" WITH 1.76 OZ TUBE FLITZ POLISH
$34.14
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