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Old 12-10-2017, 12:52 PM   #1
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Can anyone give me any feedback on what is labelled as a anti hologram pad.

I got a couple but cant help think they feel pretty stiff for a finishing pad.
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Old 12-10-2017, 07:40 PM   #2
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Can anyone give me any feedback on what is labelled as a anti hologram pad.

I got a couple but cant help think they feel pretty stiff for a finishing pad.
They are firm and they aren't the softest pad they do. The black is the softer one and designed for the lack range. As firm as it is it does work well with M2 on medium to hard paints bud.
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They are firm and they aren't the softest pad they do. The black is the softer one and designed for the lack range. As firm as it is it does work well with M2 on medium to hard paints bud.
+1. Never had a problem using it as it was intended.

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Old 12-10-2017, 09:12 PM   #4
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They are firm and they aren't the softest pad they do. The black is the softer one and designed for the lack range. As firm as it is it does work well with M2 on medium to hard paints bud.
A bit like the UHS pads for hard paints
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A bit like the UHS pads for hard paints
The UHS system is totally counter intuitive. As I mentioned in conversation earlier in the week "there are now no rules or norms" with paint. Take each paint job for what it is and not what you think it should be. UHS pads are great by the way!
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