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    Exclamation Lake Country CCS Foam Buffing Pads.

    I see that Autogeek will be carring another new product - Lake Country CCS Foam Buffing Pads. CCS stands for Collapsed Cell Structure.
    Has anyone ever used/had any experience with these pads? What is so special about them? The ability absorb polish slower then conventional pads?

    Are these pads new in it's class, or is this a new product that is going to compete with E2K wave pads?


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    The pads are brand new. other then LC there was only one vendor who carried the pads ..CCS= Closed Cell Structure. The CCS pads are quite new so i don't beleive theres been any reviews on the new pads..

    maybe you can be the first

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe.p
    The pads are brand new. other then LC there was only one vendor who carried the pads ..CCS= Closed Cell Structure. The CCS pads are quite new so i don't beleive theres been any reviews on the new pads..

    maybe you can be the first
    I just got myself 2 E2K kits, flat and wave pads. Still haven't used them yet.
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    The waved pads are not the same as the Lake Country CCS. The other vendor's CCS pads have a constant pressure backing and are thus more costly than AGs.

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