Best foam polishing pads?

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  1. gadorg

    gadorg Harry Caray: But what if it were made of barbecue OT Supporter

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    Hey guys,

    If you had to choose either Sonus brand or Lake Country CCS 6.5" pads to use with a PC 7424, which one would you choose? I'm looking at a couple of different kits where the kit with the PC7424 and Lake Country CCS pads look appealing because the kit comes with 2 of each pad, whereas the Sonus kit only has 1 of each pad. I only have a couple of cars to detail but I was hoping to get some value out of the pads.
     
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    i've used wolfgang and CCS pads, and I prefer the CCS pads to the wolfgang.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Never used Sonus pads but I've been happy with Lake Country, Meguiars and Propel (the pads that excel detail has). The Edge pads are really nice too. More money initially but you get a two sided pad.
     
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    gadorg Harry Caray: But what if it were made of barbecue OT Supporter

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    gadorg Harry Caray: But what if it were made of barbecue OT Supporter

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    gadorg Harry Caray: But what if it were made of barbecue OT Supporter

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    This is the kit I was thinking of getting... can you see anything that might be missing for a starter kit? I've got Sonus brand polish (SX-1, SX-2, and SX-3) as well as Klasse AIO.... are all microfiber towels built the same? I was thinking of buying Sonus microfiber polish towels, but will the microfiber towels at Target work just the same?
     
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    Scott recommends them, and i just got 3 packs, btw which are on sale for $5.99 for an 8 pack!
     
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    gadorg Harry Caray: But what if it were made of barbecue OT Supporter

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    Sweet!! Thanks for the tip! :bowdown:
     
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