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Old 30-06-2018, 01:35 AM   #1
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I have a Das6 Pro with Sonus pads. Will these be ok to try Scholl S20 Black on or is there a recommended pad to use with this stuff?

Many thanks Li
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Im sure they will be ok. I use scholl spiderpads.
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Stick to a medium pad. If need be change the Polish.

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Old 14-07-2018, 01:31 AM   #4
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The medium Sonus pad? Why do you say change the polish? Is the S20 Black too aggressive?

I have Menzerna polishes too 400, 2200, 3500 and 3800. The car is swirl free but I wanted to try the Scholl. If it is too aggressive I will stick with the Menzerna.
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What car do u have? For harder paints its pretty good and should not be that agressive.
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Stick to a medium pad. If need be change the Polish.

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Why do you advise that?

The point of s20 black is its a one step meaning you can change the pad to get a more or less agressive cut.

I really like it though I use it with the spider pads as recommended for best results. That said I've used it with other pads with good results as well.

To the OP though start with your least aggressive pad and work from there would be my advice your sonus pads should be ok
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Why do you advise that?

The point of s20 black is its a one step meaning you can change the pad to get a more or less agressive cut.

I really like it though I use it with the spider pads as recommended for best results. That said I've used it with other pads with good results as well.

To the OP though start with your least aggressive pad and work from there would be my advice your sonus pads should be ok

Awesome, thanks Macca, much appreciated mate
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