The Hi Buff White Foam Pad is to be used on clear coats, single-stage paint, or gel coats to remove medium to deep scratches, water spots, heavier oxidation and environmental fall-out and 1500 & 2000 grit wet sanding marks. This is the perfect pad to use on boats, RV's, and other paint that needs aggressively compounded.
This Hi Buff pad is out most aggressive foam pad available. With this pad you receive the convenience of the velcro backing for quick changing of pads. Additionally, this pad is to be used with our Makita Variable Speed Buffer, Dewalt, and Flex Rotary Machines.
Our Hi Buff pads have a patented twin-bevel perimeter that lets you maneuver in channels, cutouts and other curved areas. The Edge uses only the highest quality reticulated polyester urethane foam, an exceptionally strong yet flexible material. The Edge outlasts ordinary foam pads and detailers claim they can finish 10-20 cars with a single pad.
DK Tip: To save time and buffing product usage you should use detailers clay after washing and rinsing the car.
The clay will remove pollutants in the clear coat and make your buffing go quicker and smoother. Check out our Wonder Clay Bars
or Nanoskin products
in our Clay For Detailing Dept.
Velcro Backing - 6.5"
Foam Pad Face - 7.5"
*For use w/6-6.5" backing plates
What Products To Use?
To get the maximum use out of your Edge Black Pad, use in conjunction with Detail King compounds such as, Diamond Cut Ultra, Diamond Cut, or Vibra Cut II.
Remember, anytime you compound you must follow up with a polish. After you compound with these pads, you would polish with the Hi Buff Green Pad or maybe even Hi Buff Yellow depending on the condition of the paint.
• Diamond Cut
- is a modern, fast acting, body shop safe, car polishing compound designed to remove 1000 grit or finer sand scratches or other correctable paint blemishes. . . Learn More
• Extreme Cut
- is a marine buffing compound formulated for single stage & gel coated paints. Perfect for very oxidized boats, RV's, cars, and other vehicle surfaces. . . Learn More
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