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      07-06-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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Best pad for buffing wax?

I was wondering what kind of pad I should use with my Meguiar's polisher for buffing wax? I generally apply and remove wax by hand but figure I can use my polisher to buff up the shine far more efficiently.
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      07-06-2013, 05:28 PM   #2
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Usually a black pad is used for applying wax or sealant
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Thanks for the reply. That's not what I looking for though. After some research I determined I need terry and microfiber bonnets for buffing wax.
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Thanks for the reply. That's not what I looking for though. After some research I determined I need terry and microfiber bonnets for buffing wax.
you said pads so i assumed you wanted a wax/sealant applying pad for your polisher. to buff it off get some premium microfiber towels. if you want some examples let me know
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Terry is no bueno. Use a soft MF towel.
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By hand, using an ultra-soft MF towel, flipping it frequently.
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I worked it out, thanks guys.
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I worked it out, thanks guys.
curious, what did you decide on?
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