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Old 01-07-2018, 09:44 PM   #1
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chemical guys yellow cutting pads

Has anyone used these before?
Would like some user experiences with them as I need to stock up on new pads
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Old 02-07-2018, 01:04 AM   #2
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I use them occasionally if I need a really firm pad and an orange or green is collapsing because it is being worked hard. With M101 they cut well.
Sometimes just what you need but I only keep a couple at any one time as I find they are not need too often. Whereas I keep
ten or so green
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are they easy enough to work with? are they much firmer than the orange ones?
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Old 02-07-2018, 06:10 PM   #4
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are they easy enough to work with? are they much firmer than the orange ones?
TBH they are not really that firm why not use a MF cutting pad instead
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My staple pad for cutting after 2000-3000 wet flatting, generally with Koch H8. Have used them for quite a while now, i like them.
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I have used hex yellow and sonax cut max on hard paints with great results many times. As above, i have even polished out wet sanding marks with hex yellow pads.
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TBH they are not really that firm why not use a MF cutting pad instead
I find foam easier to work with on the vertool polisher, any particular mf pads you find decent, I'll be ordering new goods soon
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