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11-05-06, 03:09 #1
Best Overall Non-Curved Pads
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11-05-06, 04:04 #2
I went for the Propel
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Went for the Propel. overall I feel they work my Menzerna finishing polishes just a tad better and I use less product. the lake country seem to have the slight edge on the heavier polishes. for me it comes down to cleaning them, the Propel and P2's are a breeze to clean and dry much faster. let's see what everybody else says.
11-05-06, 07:09 #3
Have the Propel pads, P2 pads and LC pads. With the advent of Propel2 pads the old propel pads do not rate in the same breath. It really is a toss up to me between LC pads and Propel2 pads. I like working with both. Control is the same. Durabilty is still a consideration but both are wearing well.
I think that it really is narrowed done to where I want to purchase the pads. The price is what is going to be the biggest consideration. That and shipping costs.
With all that said I would (and did) vote for Lake country pads for this poll.cwcad
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11-05-06, 02:07 #4
i've only used LC and i'm happy with them. 6.5 flat, orange and white polish.-Sam
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11-05-06, 05:24 #5
I find LC to have the best durability.
11-05-06, 05:27 #6
Lake Country all the way! I wash mine all the time and they still look they are new.
11-06-06, 10:00 #7
lake country in the lead. i had a feeling edge would be close . . ."Nice wax job rook!" . . . . - Ramathorn
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