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    Found the perfect use for the included PC pad

    So my cousin calls me the other day. He's a professional woodworker. His total tool investment is around 100k if I had to venture a guess. He asks me if there is anything I have, or have heard of with zero silicone content from my detail arsenal to polish his machined tool surfaces. (Table saw, band saw, jointer, router table, planer in & out feed tables, etc.

    I say "Yes. Klasse AIO" And I have just the pad for application!

    So, long story short...... He is happy as hell with his slick table surfaces, and he now owns the pad to apply it. Lol
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    Re: Found the perfect use for the included PC pad

    Hahaha!

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    Cool, I never thought about the problem some silicons or waxes could cause in possibly the glueing or finishing process.

    I might have to try UPGP next time. I normally use a old tin of car wax.
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    Nice Paul! At least it didn't go to waste.
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    Hahaha, great idea in using the free foam pad of PC as an applicator/polisher.

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    Re: Found the perfect use for the included PC pad

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    So my cousin...is happy as hell with
    his slick table surfaces, and he now
    owns the pad to apply it.
    ^^^ ^^^



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    Re: Found the perfect use for the included PC pad

    By the way. I still have the original polish pad of my PC who ever is interested I'll give it for free.

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    Re: Found the perfect use for the included PC pad

    100k? Wow


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    Re: Found the perfect use for the included PC pad

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    Yeah, if not over that. Just a few weeks ago I helped him unload a new 25" self-feeding power belt sander.

    Just under $3000 for that machine alone. His shop is 30x48, and you can barely move in there at times. 100k might be too low an estimate. Lol
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    Re: Found the perfect use for the included PC pad

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    Yeah, if not over that. Just a few weeks ago I helped him unload a new 25" self-feeding power belt sander.

    Just under $3000 for that machine alone. His shop is 30x48, and you can barely move in there at times. 100k might be too low an estimate. Lol
    Seems like he is a big timer.

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