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    Re: Good rule of thumb when using an AIO - stick with foam polishing pads by Mike Phillips

    I think someone else asked it earlier, but what LC foam pad is ideal for an AIO? There are multiple different LC foam pads. Which LC 'model' of the foam pad should be utilized? the CCS? the Hybrid? the Flat pads?
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    Good rule of thumb when using an AIO - stick with foam polishing pads by Mike Phillips

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    I think someone else asked it earlier, but what LC foam pad is ideal for an AIO? There are multiple different LC foam pads. Which LC 'model' of the foam pad should be utilized? the CCS? the Hybrid? the Flat pads?
    The Flat Foam Pads or the ThinPros. I personally stay away from the Hybrids and CCS Pads. Hybrids tend to be preferred by people who use the Flex Polisher, which is forced rotation. And the CCS pads are a bit archaic.

    I like to use the White Foam Polishing Pads for AIO’s. I like the Flat Foams for that duty.

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    Re: Good rule of thumb when using an AIO - stick with foam polishing pads by Mike Phillips

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    Which LC 'model' of the foam pad should be utilized? the CCS? the Hybrid? the Flat pads?
    Agree with Eldorado2k’s response above. The best pad choice is partly determined by which dual action polisher you’ll be using for the job.

    You indicated you use a GG6. Stick with thin pads and you’ll experience less stalling when using this machine.
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    Re: Good rule of thumb when using an AIO - stick with foam polishing pads by Mike Phillips

    Thanks fellas...
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