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Old 06-08-2017, 09:54 PM   #1
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Scholl S20 black with wool or MF pad?

So my seat I'm currently working on I'm using a orange hex pad with s20 black and it's still leaving some scratches in (can't feel with fingernail)

What's best to do? Keep going over with orange hex or step it up to a wool or microfibre pad?

Is the wool or MF one going to absolutely batter my paint or am I best just sticking with the foam pad?

I know some scratches I'm not going to get out but I would like to aim for as good as possible.

Opinions please 😃
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Old 06-08-2017, 10:33 PM   #2
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In my experience I prefer MF to foam as you get more cut. I also find working time is better on MF too.
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Old 06-08-2017, 10:39 PM   #3
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Thanks for the reply, so any special advice for using a MF pad over foam? Same amount of polish as on a foam pad? Same working time? Or should it need less work as it has more cut etc?
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Less working time. MF gets warm soener. The first time you need to prime the pad with polish and then 3 small dots.
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Would be interested to know the result as my Seat paint is very hard having difficulty with orange hex and UC and have also been reccomended to get scholl S3 or megs D300 and an MF cutting pad. Apparently they also load up a lot quicker so regular cleaning of the pad during the detailing process is required!

Good luck!
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