| Blue Finishing Pad This pad is great for everyday use. It will leave surface areas scratch-free and smooth while still removing light swirls and imperfections. Use with wax and polish to apply a fine gloss. Safe on clear coats. 70 pores per inch (ppi)
| White Ultrafine Polishing Pad This ultra-smooth polishing pad contains 80 pores per inch, allowing for fine polishing which creates a bold, crystalline gloss Use this pad to apply waxes, polishes and sealants. Safe on clear coats. 80 pores per inch (ppi)
What is the real difference between the Blue and White pads? They sound very similar... it sounds like the blue may have a little cutting power? And maybe the white has none?
Will using the blue pad to apply a carnauba over a sealant take off the sealant? Say you used the blue pad to apply a sealant one day. And then after it had cured you used the blue pad to apply a nuba over it. Would the cutting power of the blue pad remove the sealant?
Is there any reason to use the white pad instead of the blue pad? Or a blue pad instead of a white?
I guess I sort of understand the different cutting ablities of the yellow, green, orange. But once you get to the blue and white I'm not sure if there is a difference.