Anyone had a pad do this? :pic:

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by nicklol, Dec 22, 2004.

  1. nicklol

    nicklol Nu OT Supporter

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    It's been 2 months since I sent out a payment to a certain member here for a PC and other accesories. Still haven't received it yet and I figured I will never get it.

    Anywho... I took 1.5hr trip to Lowes to get the 7336SP that they had 20% off. I was washing the pad that came with the PC and then put it back on the PC to spin dry. It kinda separated itself. I think it's still useable with less area to use.

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  2. Robb

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    never had that happen, the stock pad isnt that great anyway. id look into the sonus line of pads, or lake county or meguiars also make quality pads.
     
  3. Ballast

    Ballast Cold Heartless Bastard

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    Is it a Lake Country pad? LC had a problem like that, but has changed them so they don't do that anymore
     
  4. MattZ28

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    The factory PC pad included with the buffer itself does that every time ;)
     
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    if some guy scammed me like he did to you, id def track him down
     
  6. nicklol

    nicklol Nu OT Supporter

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    still waiting for a response from the guy and the mod of the "Yard Sale" section.
    Buying stuff off the internet is not going well for me. $150 for a PC and stuff and now $30 on ebay for a jacket.

    oh yeah, today i got my sonus das kit pads from autopia. feels like quality. ill prolly be pickin up another polishing and finishing pad later on.
    anyone tried VM + Nattys on silver? it looks real good on my mom's camry.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    We could always ban that member.

    The pad that comes with the PC is crap. Try www.exceldetail.com for pads. Patrick has some pretty good ones. I also like the Meguiars Soft Buff pads.
     

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