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    Mighty mini indeed.

    I wanted to say a few words about this
    Mighty mini polisher.
    I picked it up to help with tire cleaning, and car mat maintenance.

    This looks like a drill, feels like a drill, but no chuck.
    It’s a rotary not a DA, with a DA 5/16” threaded
    spindle. Rubberized everywhere you would want, for a
    good solid grip.

    This is the kit,
    2 Li-on 12v batteries
    110v charger
    Side handle
    3" BP
    Polisher


    I used it on tires, even though it’s possibilities are endless. Tried out this red heavy duty brush first. Plus the side handles, red being Griot’s.




    The red brush was too big and course for these 16” tires,
    felt like I was grinding my rim’s edge and not able to get under the lip.



    Tried the Aqua Cyclo carpet brush, smaller, not much softer, more pliable.





    That worked much better, under the rim lip like it should.
    The handles sucked, just got in the way. I couldn’t feel what I was scrubbing so off they came.
    After by gripping the body I got more control and got more accuracy.
    Even better if I used the variable trigger to slow my speed as needed and not just blast it.

    This is after spraying the tire twice and scrubbing it twice



    Not bad, still some blooming, so I hit it once by hand.
    Which felt good, I was able to make sure it was clean.



    The battery only went down one bar on the indicator light.
    For 4 tires.



    Clean the wheels, then product application,
    the easy, fun part.
    Griot’s rubber prep. was something I’m adding before the tire coating.




    All in all, my tires took half the time and effort.
    If the tire is really bad, it’s not going to be a problem to scrub them until clean, the machine does most of the work.

    Plus side I can use this polisher almost anywhere.



    Nice little machine,








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    Re: Mighty mini indeed.

    Nice review Mary. What are your thoughts on the Kevin Brown extensions?
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    Re: Mighty mini indeed.

    Nicely done, great way to have ONE product multiple uses and cordless! You have out done yourself.
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    Re: Mighty mini indeed.

    You convinced me that I need one. I guess it’s basically a small cordless drill. Anything that makes cleaning tires less of a chore is a good thing.
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    Re: Mighty mini indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by rlmccarty2000 View Post
    You convinced me that I need one. I guess it’s basically a small cordless drill. Anything that makes cleaning tires less of a chore is a good thing.
    A coating seems to make cleaning tires less of a chore.
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    Re: Mighty mini indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by fly07sti View Post
    Nice review Mary. What are your thoughts on the Kevin Brown extensions?
    KB`s BP w/extension is one of the best, highest quality detail products.
    He puts a metal tube over the bolt length, everything machined, tight and light.
    Worth the money !!

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    Re: Mighty mini indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by rlmccarty2000 View Post
    You convinced me that I need one. I guess it’s basically a small cordless drill. Anything that makes cleaning tires less of a chore is a good thing.

    Same here! Thanks for the post/review! Now I need to add something else to the arsenal!
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    Re: Mighty mini indeed.

    Ohhhh! A new tool I think I must have! Hahaha. Great review! Going to look into this.
    IGL Authorized Coating/Kenzo Installer

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