Rupes Specialty Polishing Pads are specifically designed to work with the Rupes Big Foot Polisher. The unique pads polish paintwork to a mirror shine. The Rupes Blue Coarse Foam Pad is an aggressive polishing pad designed to restore neglected paintwork with heavy defects. The Blue Coarse Pad is perfect for compounding paintwork and is capable of removing 1500 grit sanding scratches. The aggressive pad removes heavy scratches, swirls, water spots, and other paint imperfections. The Blue Coarse Pad works excellent with Chemical Guys V32 Optical Grade Extreme Compound and V34 Optical Grade Hybrid Compound to restore your vehicle’s paintwork. It is a large-pore, thick-wall design. This pad initially feels very rigid, but becomes more pliable and comfortable to use as the pad warms and saturates with polishing solution. The wide open-cell design of this pad keeps it clog-free longer than traditional foam cutting pads.
The Coarse Blue Pad comes in a 6” (150mm) size designed to fit the Rupes LHR15ES Big Foot Orbital Polisher. The pads are engineered for the high speed polishing action created by the Rupes Big Foot Polisher. The 24 degree beveled edge ensure the Big Foot Polisher have 100% surface contact for the most effective polishing experience. Team the Rupes Polishing Pads with the Rupes Big Foot Polisher for perfect results.
Pads need to be cleaned after every use to ensure that your pad will stay clean and long lasting. We have various products available to help you keep your pad clean so you pad can continue to deliver superior results. Our
Polishing Pad Cleaner and Rejuvenator will clean, restore and prolong your buffing and polishing pads. The ergonomically designed Foam Pad Conditioning Brush scrubs wax and polishes out of the foam and restores its original texture. Also available for optimal results is our Grit Guard Universal Pad Washer which cleans and dries all types of buffing pads on virtually any machine in seconds.
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