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Thread: PC7336 stock pad
08-07-05, 02:35 #1
PC7336 stock pad
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- Apr 2005
- Rochester, NY
I was wondering what kind of pad the stock white pad that the PC7336sp pad is used for?
Is it like light polishing? or finishing? Compared to some pad set such as propel, I would think it would be equivalent to green?Too Many ads? Becoming a member of Autopia has its privileges. Sign up here .
08-07-05, 03:44 #2
Don't use that pad. It falls apart very quickly, and will mess up your finish. The pad wasn't designed to polish automotive finishes. I'd start looking for a good set, and throw that one back in the box like the rest of us did.
08-07-05, 04:23 #3
It sucks, chuck it or at least don't use it on your car. Meg's pads aren't bad if your looking for something in a local store.'01 Silver Mirror Jetta
08-07-05, 04:28 #4
It's used to garnish a trash can."I can't believe that we would lie in our graves wondering if we had spent our living days well." - Dave Matthews
08-07-05, 04:30 #5
It might be crappy, but it still works temporarily. I used it for light polishing. Worked fine, but can tell it wont last too long. Here is what it did with a crappy polish (turtle wax 2001 urithane polish).
Did a pretty good job if you ask me.1997 Trans Am with a one of a kind paint job.
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08-07-05, 07:18 #6
I'd like to see that sun reflection a little to the right! All in all, a definite improvement, even with TW ! Nice work!Owner of West Coast Detail Supply.
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