LIGHT CUT & POLISHING
WOOL BUFFING PAD WORK-HORSE (10" inch Pad)
The Chemical Guys Work-Horse Pad
Light Cut + Polishing Wool Buffing Pad- -Ideal
for use on light scratches , marring and minor swirls. Restore and
revive dull, oxidized, or recently color-sanded paint.
100% Wool for superior cut
Chemical Guys Work-Horse Light-Cut Wool Pad is
designed for light cutting. We call it the Work-Horse because these
pads are seriously heavy duty. 10" Polishing Pads are designed
for long life professional use.
The Chemical Guys Twisted Wool Polishing Pad is
available in a 8 inch diameter. The Work-Horse Wood Pad is
perfect for polishing out recently water sanded surfaces or surfaces
with light to moderate sanding scratches.
Designed to be better and longer lasting than traditional wool
pads the Work Horse Pad is 1.5" inches in pile. Our traditional Chemical
Guys wool pads were only 1" inch thick, and worked great. We
wanted to make it even better so we not only made it more durable we
also made it thicker. The New Work-Horse Pad will hold up to many,
many uses making it the ideal choice for body shops and professional
Why Use Wool?
Wool pads are designed and developed to transfer more heat from the
polisher to the paint surface than traditional foam pads.
The Chemical Guys Work-Horse Cutting Pad is made of 100% wool twisted
into hundreds of individual strands. The tight twisting allows the pad
to operate at a consistent level of aggressiveness for longer periods
of time in order to deliver a more even and accurate cut.
Designed to be better and longer lasting than
traditional wool pads the Work Horse Pad is 1.5" inches in pile. Our
traditional Chemical Guys wool pads were only 1" inch thick, and
worked great. We wanted to make it even better so we not only made it
more durable we also made it thicker. The New Work-Horse Pad
will hold up to many, many uses making it the ideal choice for body
shops and professional detailers.
The Work-Horse Heavy Cut Wool pad has a diameter of
8 inches. The Work-Horse Wool Heavy Cutting Pad is intended for severe
swirls, scratches and heavy oxidation.
Understanding Wool Pads:
For years body shops and
professional detailers have used wood pads. Just like Foam
pads have different colors to symbolize the level of cut, so
do wool pads. Wool Pads come in a variety of blends to
accommodate your every need.
One category are buffing pads made from wool.
simplicity reasons the Chemical Guys Work-Horse line uses 3
different wool pads.
Light Cut / Polish
Are all wool pads just made of wool?
are blended pads that are comprised of a mix of wool and
Which Wool Pad is best for me?
Depending on the desired level of cut you are looking for
you can select the most appropriate pad.
Which is the most aggressive
of cut wool pad?
100% twisted wool are geranial considered the most
aggressive. Twisted wool is considered the most aggressive
in terms of cutting ability.
Very Aggressive Cut
Hook & loop backing, Wool blend yarn = medium
Cut / Compound/ polishing pad
Polishing Wood Pad
Recessed back for plate protection from making
contact on paint surface.
Foam Polishing Pad
50 PPI foam
(PPI = Pores Per Inch)
Foam Finishing Pad
80 PPI foam
(PPI = Pores Per Inch)
Follow these general rules for better
results from your wool pads:
Make it a
practice to periodically check the pad during the buffing process.
pad when the pad surface begins to glaze over from compound/polish build up.
cleaning of Wool Pad can be achieved by spurring the pad.
Wash Pads well after
PAD WASHER .
washing, do not dry pads with high heat as this promotes wool shrinkage.
pads air dry or spin them out inside the Pad Washer.
Keep pads in
a clean and dry location when not being used. This will minimize foreign
particles from coming in contact with the buffing surface the next time you
use the pad.
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