Detailing using buffer question

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Unknown User, Apr 1, 2004.

  1. Unknown User

    Unknown User New Member

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    I've always used 2-3 liquid products when using a buffer (polish, swirl remover, wax) at most. However, w/ all the new products that I'm testing out such as All-in-1, Sealant, DACP, SFP, and Liquid Wax, I'm wondering what you guys think of using only 2-3 pads to do this entire job or should I get new pads for each and every product to use separately?

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    New pads for each product. I know that's the way I do it by hand, it would only make sense to do the same when using a buffer.
     
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    Separate pads for each product. You don't want to use a pad with remnants of a more aggressive product with a final glaze, for example.
     

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