Rotary or Dual Action?
When choosing a polisher the first question to answer is “Rotary or Dual Action?” Below we’ll explain the key differences between a Rotary and a DA (Dual Action) and help determine which is right for you.
What makes a rotary polisher a rotary is that its head spins on a single axis in a an even, circular motion.
Get the Power of Rotary
The 5in, 1000W machine has a range of 800-3300RPM. It can utilize backing plates all the way down to 1in, though ideally with an extension shaft for any below 5in in diameter.
Our Rotary Polishers & Accessories
Dual Action Polishers
Dual action, or DA, polishers rotate in two different ways. It spins in a circular motion like the rotary but additionally moves in an orbit, similarly to how the earth spins on its own axis as well as orbits the sun.
MaxShine’s Flagship Dual Action Polisher
The 5in, 1000W machine has a 15mm throw and a range of 2200-5000RPM. This ideal mid-sized polisher is perfect for any beginner getting into detailing as well as the seasoned professional.
Our Dual Action (DA) Polishers
|Increased Risk of "Burning"|
|Often Leaves Hazing|
DUAL ACTION POLISHERS
|Remove Severe Defects||Slower Removal|
|Low Risk of "Burning"|
|DIY, Beginners, Refinement for Professionals|
|Easiest Mirror Finish|
Both, Rotary and Dual Action?
Combine the Best of Rotary and Dual Action Polisher to achieve the perfect result
Mini Cordless Polisher
Has the option for both rotary and dual action to best fit your polishing needs. Whichever polisher head you choose (rotary, or 3mm or 12mm DA), combined with the included 1.5in and 2in backing plates and pads, will aid you in achieving a perfect polish of those tiny, hard to reach details.
WHICH IS BEST FOR YOU!
In this Youtube video we talk about MaxShine's 5" Polishers. We are going to see each one, from the unboxing to the comparison between them. Dual Action or Rotary, which one do you prefer?