Polishing Pad Cleaner cleans and rejuvenates all foam, microfiber, and wool polishing pads. The innovative cleaner removes spent compound, polish, wax, and paint residue from any polishing pad. The citrus-based cleaner breaks down and releases spent product, removed paint, dirt, and contaminants from polishing pads. Polishing Pad Cleaner completely cleans out embedded product and paint residue from deep inside foam, microfiber, and wool polishing pads. Simply spray on any polishing pad, scrub with a pad-cleaning brush, and rinse with warm running water. Polishing Pad Cleaner is also designed for use in any pad-cleaning machine for maximum cleaning power. The advanced citrus formula removes spent product, buildup, grease, and oil to restore the performance of any polishing pad. Polishing Pad Cleaner helps maintain the original condition of brand new foam, microfiber, and wool polishing pads. The cleaner prevents old wax and polishing compound from drying inside pads and ruining them. Polishing Pad Conditioner cleans and restores new and old polishing pads. Clean and rejuvenate any polishing pad with Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner.
Different polishing jobs require different combinations of machine polisher, polishing pad, and polishing compound. Body shop wet-sanding marks typically require heavy compound and wool cutting pads. Light swirls and scratches are removed with a foam cutting pad and swirl remover polish. Hard paint finishes may only be cut with microfiber cutting pads and a medium compound. Polishing Pad Cleaner works on all foam, microfiber, and wool buffing and polishing pads. Pad Cleaner rinses clean and leaves pads refreshed and extends their lifetime. Without proper cleaning, buffing and polishing pads can cake up with dry polish and paint residue. Residue clogs polishing pads, which reduces their cutting ability and causes them to produce sub-par results. No matter the pad, chemical, or machine, use Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner to remove polish and paint residue, and restore pads to a like-new condition.
Machine polishing is the fine detailing art that balances machine power, abrasives, and friction to remove swirls and scratches, and restore luster to paint. When polishing pads clog up with spent product and paint residue, they can no longer produce the correct amount of friction and produce sub-par polishing results. If this residue is never cleaned, the pads clog after just a couple polishing jobs and must be thrown away. Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner breaks down and removes used polish, paint residue, glaze, sealant, and wax from foam, microfiber, and wool polishing pads. Thorough cleaning is essential to keeping pads from clogging with old product so they can produce professional results. The citrus base of Polishing Pad Cleaner rinses clean from all polishing pads, and leaves no residue that affects the feel or performance of pads. Keep all buffing and polishing pads clean for maximum performance with Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner.
Machine polishing is a messy affair. Used polish, paint residue, and removed contamination stick inside and clog pads. Without proper cleaning, this residue hardens into a sticky cement that will ruin a pad after only a few uses. Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner breaks down used polish, removed paint, and stuck-on contamination from foam, microfiber, and wool buffing pads. Use Polishing Pad Cleaner to clean pads to a pristine state to maintain a “like new” condition. Regular cleaning reduces internal wear and tear, so polishing pads last for dozens of polishing jobs. Simply spray Polishing Pad Cleaner into a used pad, scrub with a stiff pad cleaning brush, and rinse with warm running water. For best results, add just one ounce of Polishing Pad Cleaner to any pad cleaning bucket system and clean polishing pads to perfection.
Foam Pad Cleaning Brush to clean and recondition any foam, microfiber, and wool buffing and polishing pads.
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