Hello folks, I am a weekend warrior without a real shop so any equipment I have has to be able to be picked up and moved out to the driveway and then put away again. I'm thinking maybe I need a buffing wheel of some kind because I cannot get rid of the micro fine scratches when polishing paint and celluloid pick guards for some builds I'm doing. I have looked around at buffing arbors that seem like a rather pricey solution and also impractical since I cannot permanently mount them. Is there some other way to get rid of these micro fine scratches besides having a buffing wheel? I think I have tried everything I can do by hand, every compound and polishing cloth type I can think of but I just can't get rid of them. I tried one of those buffing wheels that you stick on your hand drill bit that seemed like a complete disaster as it was very hard to control and prone to making gouges in the workpiece. I also tried a random orbit Sander but my first attempt was not very successful, I guess I do not know what type of pad and/or compound combination to use for this to work. Any suggestions on that front would be great. If I need a buffing wheel is there some solution I can use that I could carry out and clamp to my workbench when I'm using it? Appreciate if anyone has found a solution to this, thank you so much.