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    Re: GG9 on the way. Which pads?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post
    Griots own BOSS pads. 6 orange and 6 yellow and your set.


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    Really? They are OK but i wouldn't buy them again.

    Try the orange HDO/CCS, it's really nice.

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    Re: GG9 on the way. Which pads?

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    Really? They are OK but i wouldn't buy them again.

    Try the orange HDO/CCS, it's really nice.
    Nah I’m good. I’ve used the Orange Boss on swirled up beat up paint and it’s got it glass smooth with their Correcting cream. Followed by their yellows with CP essence and glass smooth.

    On my moms never been polished or protected 5 yr old paint that lives outside, polished perfectly with their orange with no need to follow up with a second polish. Straight to coating.

    My g15 with boss pads has not let me down ever. Pads aren’t something I feel I need to try new ones when these out do my expectations everytime.

    And I have tried the regular CCS (which are better for short throw, HDO for long throw) LC flats and the BOSS pads on both a gg6 and my g15.

    For me the BOSS pads severely out performed them. We did 4 passes with each pad and the boss finished down better and removed more defects.

    I gave my friend my CCS that I had with me…. Most new in package.

    I still have a couple but there just sitting somewhere.

    Now this is just my experience on cars I polished. We probably used different polishes, technique and machines on different paint so our experience will very.

    To my though although not bad was not impressed with the Lake country pads.


    Op if you do go with LC CCS I would email them to see what works best with G9.


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    Re: GG9 on the way. Which pads?

    I would pick up an orange SDO pad over the boss orange anyday. Lake Country as new HDO pads with the CCS tech. It's for LONG THROW polishers.

    It's all personal preference. In my opinion buff and shine uro-tec, rupes foam and lake country sdo/hdo are all better than the BOSS pads. The orange HDO/CCS is extra nice..lol

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    Re: GG9 on the way. Which pads?

    Quote Originally Posted by noorth View Post
    Really? They are OK but i wouldn't buy them again.

    Try the orange HDO/CCS, it's really nice.
    What didn't you like about them?

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    Re: GG9 on the way. Which pads?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post
    Nah I’m good. I’ve used the Orange Boss on swirled up beat up paint and it’s got it glass smooth with their Correcting cream. Followed by their yellows with CP essence and glass smooth.

    On my moms never been polished or protected 5 yr old paint that lives outside, polished perfectly with their orange with no need to follow up with a second polish. Straight to coating.

    My g15 with boss pads has not let me down ever. Pads aren’t something I feel I need to try new ones when these out do my expectations everytime.

    And I have tried the regular CCS (which are better for short throw, HDO for long throw) LC flats and the BOSS pads on both a gg6 and my g15.

    For me the BOSS pads severely out performed them. We did 4 passes with each pad and the boss finished down better and removed more defects.

    I gave my friend my CCS that I had with me…. Most new in package.

    I still have a couple but there just sitting somewhere.

    Now this is just my experience on cars I polished. We probably used different polishes, technique and machines on different paint so our experience will very.

    To my though although not bad was not impressed with the Lake country pads.


    Op if you do go with LC CCS I would email them to see what works best with G9.


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    We all have to use what we like.

    I tried one of their pads. I was doing a service with orange buff and shine pads and 3D Speed. It was way too cold for the Speed to spread out. Being that I was a LONG way from home I ran to the auto parts store for some Meguiar's M06. I decided to buy a 6" orange Griots pad to try out.

    It did a nice job working the M06 Cleaner Wax, and leaving a good finish.

    I had no complaints with it at all.

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