I dont use wool for anything. Never will have no use as I will never have a car with defects to need something like that. So lets see the flex might give a tiny bit better cut in that department over the griots. So that still doesnt make it a better machine because OVERALL as an all around machine the griots does a better job when i was using them back to back on a car. Lets see the Flex with the ohhh so great wool. then throw the Meguiars Xtra cut MF pads on a griots and I bet the difference in cut is negligible and the time between getting it down is about the same was well. yet the flex sucks balls with MF pads
Thank you for answering my question.
Ive already explained why the Flex 3401 doesnt work to its potential with MF pads (a system not designed to work with forced rotation). And since you have NEVER used wool with the Flex
NOR will you "ever have a car with defects to need something like that"
, we can determine that you would have no idea about the heavy defect removal capabilities of the Flex when used with a pad system DESIGNED for forced rotation ei: WOOL.
PS. Griots cant do any kind of job when its in a box otw back to the manufacturer for replacement, which is a huge reason i bought an industrial grade machine that can take a beating. Im not saying the GG isnt a good machine, it is- for the money. But if you are going to count on a machine to make you money, to operate under extreme conditions hour after hour after hour and still turn on car after car after car....that, IMO (and most) is one of many reasons the Flex 3401 is worth the money.
Thank you for your time.
I will try and take a picture of this but I have some small water spots and scratches on my rear bumper. They were on the car when I bought it but they really bother me since no matter how much I wash it they are always there.
I believe I've heard of Scatch-X which can help. Whatever I do I need to do by hand since I don't have any power tools. Can you guys suggest some products for me with links, reps to be had for any help. Thanks.
ScratchX isnt a bad product, but the best way to remove those defects are going to me with machine polishing (after claying of course). ScratchX may make a small difference, but by hand its not going to yield the best result.
I see you are Located in Charlotte, NC. Cammin'08 is located in NC and has the goodies to do so, you should PM him and see if he'd meet up with you and help you out. Im sure he wouldnt charge you much since your an MMer.