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TwinScrew Boostin'
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I have noticed this question being asked alot on this forum.

"What Kinda of Polishing Pad do I need for _____"

This is often a very difficult question to answer, so to give a complete and in-depth explanation, I made this video for you guys.

There are MANY more types of polishing pads available and new ones coming out from other companies all the time. This video will give a break down on the different types of "Industry standard" Polishing pads that consist of Wool, Foam, and Microfiber pads.

Hope this video helps with your detailing knowledge!!! :D

 

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I'm, Ron Burgundy?
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Nice vid. Maybe that'll help out a lot of the noobs. Needs to be stickied.

















Buttsecks? :shiftyeyes
 

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Obsessed Detailer
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Great vid bro!

I do think this should be stickied, this would help out the new peeps alot.

I was thinking about doing a how-to video on using a DA for the newbies.

PS. i got AWESOME results using v36 on a white Hexlogic, lots of cut and amazing finish.
 

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Wait so you were not serious when you told me to use a brillo pad?

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Obsessed Detailer
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^lol
 

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Great vid bro!

I do think this should be stickied, this would help out the new peeps alot.

I was thinking about doing a how-to video on using a DA for the newbies.

PS. i got AWESOME results using v36 on a white Hexlogic, lots of cut and amazing finish.

36 did an amazing job for me as well on a black nissan. I really want to try the hex pads. I'm using lake country hydros right now... and yes sticky for the win.

How in the hell do you guys respond so quickly and so much. I'm pulling teeth just to get on here every night. Currently on the clock hehe :baller:
 
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