View Full Version : advise needed on pads
06-24-2010, 01:52 PM
am about to order this kit for light swirl removal and waxing or polishing..as far as lve read theres a diffrence...
was just curious if there were pads l should avoid or get and good recomendation on a swirl removal product and wax or sealer..lota this stuff is greek to me :O(
06-24-2010, 03:04 PM
I have the hexlogic pads that came with my kit. I have the orange (firmer), white (soft), and black (ridiculously soft) colors and I find that selection to be ideal for my needs so far.
I don't think you can go wrong with a decent and well known polish. Adams, Chemical Guys, Meguires, Menzerna, etc. they all get the job done well and offer something from light to heavy cutting ability based on how deep the swirls might be. The waxes I have are marine grade stuff that a friend gave to me to try out. Both brands I use do a phenomenal job so I think as long as you invest in a wax that isn't some cheap gimmick thing on the shelf at auto zone or some place like that, you will be happy with the results. Sealants are pretty much an alternative to wax as they do the same thing only for months, not weeks and they aren't really a shine enhancer, more for protection, so any sealant will do IMO.
06-24-2010, 07:11 PM
good info..thanx...if anyone feels like pipein up feel free..
what should l be eyeballing in the way of a swirl paste ect for light swirls..trucks only a couple years old...will post some pics tommorow
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