Q: What is the difference between the two kits you have listed for motorhomes? It looks like the only thing is the color of the pads. Is there a difference in them? I have a hand held drill I can use with the pads. I have a 1995 Country Coach and am having trouble keeping the wheels clean and polished. What is the best kit for me?
A: We have three motorhome kits. The first comes with Super Shine polish and a 2" cylinder for the holes in the wheels. The second kit comes with Felt Bobs instead of the 2" cylinder for wheels that do not have round holes, but oblong holes. The last kit is the similar to the first kit, except it comes with (1) 8oz. bottle of Super Shine, and (1) 8oz. bottle of Aluminum Wax and Sealant. The Sealant is highly recommended to improve shine life and resist oxidation.
A: We suggest our Car and Pickup Kit. There are two, and we recommend our kit that contains the Aluminum Wax and Sealant to keep the shine lasting longer. This kit will shine the wheel without removing the machine lines. Those lines can only be removed with sand paper.
A: One bottle will do 4 wheels. We do not offer a new clearcoat alternative, and we do not recommend one. Proper maintenance with Super Shine Aluminum Polish will keep a long lasting shine and there will be no clear coat to get damaged.
A: Order the product from this website. We have a shipping manager that allows shipments to the UK. Bear in mind the shipping can be very expensive.
A: We do not have a distributor that carries our buffing pad line. I suggest ordering the products you need off this website.
Q: I've got a question on which buffing wheels to buy. I have a quad axle milk truck and the rims are washed everyday but over time they eventually lose some of the shine. I've always hand polished but came arcoss a grinder in the shop. Which buffing wheels will work best on these aluminum rims (alcoa) to give them a show shine? Also on the fuel tank and battery box? And should I still apply the polish by hand and then buff it off with the grinder or what is the best techique?
A: We suggest our Truck/Motorhome buffer kit. This kit will allow the buffing pads to be used on any buffer with 5/8-11 thread. Beware of the grinder you spoke of. We do not recommend arbor speeds over 3000 rpms for our buffing pads. Apply the polish by hand and buff off. Work in small areas to keep the polish from drying too much. This is especially important on diamond plate battery boxes.
Q: I have a motorhome with chrome wheels. How do I clean them/clean the chrome and is buffing necessary? Is there anyway to remove slight stains and small scratches?
A: We recommend our Chrome Wash to remove rust, brake dust, and road grime from Chrome plated wheels. Afterwards, use Chrome and Stainless Steel polish. This will remove small scratches and stubborn stains. Machine buffing is not recommended in most cases due to the thin layer of chrome plating some wheels have. Keep in mind these products are not recommended if your wheels are actually polished aluminum. Chrome Wash will etch the aluminum.
Q: I have read great reviews in Corvette Fever Magazine and would like to try the wheel washes. But, I can not find anyone in my area that carries them. I have tried all the nomal places like Auto Zone, Advance, etc... with no success. Do you have a dealer in the Martinsburg, WV area that carries your products, or do I have to order on line?
A: We suggest you order online. This is the fastest and most sure what to buy our products. Busch Products can also be found at various truck stops. It cannot be found in the larger automotive parts store chains.
Q: Could you please tell me what retailers will carry your chrome Wheel Wash? I've tried my local Pep Boys, Auto Zone and Advance Auto...none carry it. I'm located in SE PA zip 19036.
A: Try Key Auto Parts in PA, these chains carry our product line. If these cannot be found, order our products online.
Q: I recently purchased a motorcycle and the aluminum is oxidized. A friend told me about your product and I was wondering if you had a retailer in Ohio that I may purchase your products or if I had to order it on line?
A: Ordering online is your best bet.