Waxing the car used to be a back-breaking, time-consuming job. It was easy to spend hours spreading messy coats of wax over all the paint, then even longer rubbing and scrubbing it all off with a towel. By the time you finished, you hated your car and didn’t car if it shined at all. Now it’s an easy job with the Die Cut Durafoam Applicator Pad! The ultra-soft plush foam pad picks up the perfect amount of paste wax from the pot, then spreads the thinnest, most-even coat of wax over paintwork, glass, clear plastics, and polished metal car parts. Anything more than a thin coat of wax is waste. Think about it: only the wax that is touching the paint will stick to the microscopic pores of the paint finish. Anything thicker than that layer gets wiped up in your towel. So laying on a “thick” coat of wax doesn’t make it “work better” or “last longer!” The refined Die Cut Durafoam Applicator Pad is the professional’s tool for spreading the perfect coat of glaze, sealant, or wax by hand. Keep one Die Cut Pad for exterior detailing, and one for interior detailing. Use the Die Cut Pad to spread leather conditioner into seats and upholstery, and spread protectant dressings over dashboards and door panels. The ultra-soft foam pad will not scratch paintwork or leave any swirl marks, and it is washable and reusable for multiple detail jobs one after the other. Pick up the Die Cut Durafoam Applicator Pad and see why professionals use them for every wax job they do on any car.
The Pro-Applicator Durafoam Die Cut Applicator Pad is the best applicator for wax and paste wax application. Engineered from the finest grade durafoam pads, this applicator offers just the right consistency for the finest and most even application of your favorite products. Constructed from high quality micro-fine closed cell poly foam, this applicator is pliable, strong and efficient. The Pro-Applicator Durafoam Die Cut Applicator Pad is 100% machine washable. The Pro-Applicator Durafoam Die Cut Applicator Pad is not just for waxing or polishing, it can be used to polish, scrub, wax and apply protectants. It is also a great choice for all other exterior and interior work including leather conditioners and dressings.
Coloring in the lines is a valuable skill when detailing! Only dressing should go on textured plastic trim on bumpers, doors, and windows. Spreading a coat of wax or sealant can turn into an expensive mistake when sloppy technique puts the creams on porous plastics where they don’t belong. Wax, glaze, sealant, and polish can permanently stain and discolor these rubber and plastic pieces, and ruin the clean look of any automobile. Simply squeeze and press the Pro-Applicator Durafoam Die Cut Applicator Pad to fit over any thin body line, curve, and edge desired. Press the pointer finger through the applicator and rub the perfect amount of wax into paintwork without touching any trim on accident. Maintain clean lines when detailing, and do the job right the first time without undoing any messy work with the Pro-Applicator Durafoam Die Cut Applicator Pad.
Cheap applicator pads are hard to clean, and break down quickly. The durable premium finishing foam of the Pro-Applicator Durafoam Die Cut Applicator Pad lasts through dozens of full car waxings and hundreds of tire shine applications. The trick is proper maintenance between extended uses for a clean spread on every swipe. Once the Die Cut Applicator fills up with spent product or oily residues from tires and engine bays, soak them in Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner, then run them through the washing machine along with your next load of microfiber towels. The gentle citrus cleaners will break down and release any creams and oil dressing gels from deep within the porous foam, and finish clean with the same soft feel from new. Avoid cross contamination between different areas of the vehicle, and keep a Die Cut pad for each job. Clean and maintain Pro-Applicator Durafoam Die Cut Applicator Pads for the best spread of any product over any part of the vehicle.
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