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Old 09-11-2009, 07:49 PM   #1
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'normal' vs cool foam polishing pads

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looking at buying a couple of finishing pads from Serious Performance - are there any real differences between these and these?
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Are you buying these for a DA or rotary? If its the former, then IMO there is no difference as the purpose of the pad design is to help run a little cooler and keep panel temperatures down by improving air flow.

On a rotary polisher, I would say I also see only slight differences really but this may be down to my own style. I have both flat faced and cool foam pads, and they are both very good pads but I wouldn't say I personally find huge differences in them.
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thanks Dave there for my kestrel DA - went for a few of the cool foam ones in the end
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