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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

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    Looks nice. I wonder when they introduce uro-fiber cutting pad instead of that original one step pad.
    The Uro Wool is the answer to more cut than the average cut Uro Fibre.

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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Joel1979 View Post
    Looks nice. I wonder when they introduce uro-fiber cutting pad instead of that original one step pad.
    I was also hoping they would come out with a uro-fiber cutting pa but since the uro-fiber cuts pretty well I guess they are just going to add a finishing microfiber. IMO it's kind of redundant to release another finishing microfiber pad if they aren't planning on increasing the cut of the original uro-fiber

    I'm really looking forward to trying the uro-wool pad. If it's as durable as the uro-fiber with more cut it will be a great additional to my line up.

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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

    LC MF cutting pads are better, IMO.

    Quote Originally Posted by mwoywod View Post

    I'm really looking forward to trying the uro-wool pad. If it's as durable as the uro-fiber with more cut it will be a great additional to my line up.
    I see any lambswool pad giving the best results on forced rotation polishers(3401 or Rotary).
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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    LC MF cutting pads are better, IMO.


    I see any lambswool pad giving the best results on forced rotation polishers(3401 or Rotary).
    Atleast Rupes wool pads and lake country purple foamed wool cuts more worh 15 mk2 than mille which is more powerful than 3401.

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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

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    Atleast Rupes wool pads and lake country purple foamed wool cuts more worh 15 mk2 than mille which is more powerful than 3401.
    The Rupes wool coarse pad has a lower nap, which will work better on a free spinning DA. The Uro-wool has a much thicker/longer nap. I don't like the Rupes coarse wool pad as it "bounces" to much. Doesn't provide a smooth buffing feel.
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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    The Rupes wool coarse pad has a lower nap, which will work better on a free spinning DA. The Uro-wool has a much thicker/longer nap. I don't like the Rupes coarse wool pad as it "bounces" to much. Doesn't provide a smooth buffing feel.
    Purple foamed wool is not short nap and works great. Kamikaze woolpad is also great. I dont like Rupes coarse wool on mille but i like it on mk2.

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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

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    Purple foamed wool is not short nap and works great. Kamikaze woolpad is also great. I dont like Rupes coarse wool on mille but i like it on mk2.
    Its only on AG or in US that don’t use wool on long throws, the rest of the pro detailing world is alittle ahead.

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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Joel1979 View Post
    Purple foamed wool is not short nap and works great. Kamikaze woolpad is also great. I dont like Rupes coarse wool on mille but i like it on mk2.
    Jason Rose mentioned the coarse wool pad taking a minute to "settle in" or something to that notion. It's in one of the videos of Jason and Mike Phillips did together recently.

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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin47 View Post
    Its only on AG or in US that don’t use wool on long throws, the rest of the pro detailing world is alittle ahead.
    Those LC PFW pads even work great on a PC. We recently used them on a hammered 32' trailer.

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    Re: Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads

    pic from B&S FB page in regards to the new uro-wool pad...

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