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Old 09-11-2017, 12:55 PM   #1
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Pad Recommendation

Looking for some new pads as I have no idea where my Quantum pads have got to.
I have a few CG HEX pads and LC HT pads, so which other ones would you recommend please.
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Old 09-11-2017, 01:53 PM   #2
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I only use scholl pads . Always had great results with them


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Old 09-11-2017, 03:06 PM   #3
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Looking for some new pads as I have no idea where my Quantum pads have got to.
I have a few CG HEX pads and LC HT pads, so which other ones would you recommend please.
Dave take a look at the Uro fibre pads from i2Detailing mate they can be used with any compound and polish
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I recomend the meguiars microfiber system, thats the cutting pad and microfiber compound used together.
I take it your using a DA?
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honestly i recommend to use only Rupes pads
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As mick said, try uro fibres and the uro cell/tech foams too. Excellent pads
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dave take a look at the uro fibre pads from i2detailing mate They can be used with any compound and polish
^^ this.
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Dave take a look at the Uro fibre pads from i2Detailing mate they can be used with any compound and polish
Do they work well with a last step ultra fine polish? Without leaving hazing or any marks?
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