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Conversation Between primo spaghetti and Hermes1
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  1. Hermes1
    10-21-2013 11:40 AM
    Hermes1
    Thanks Jeff for the helpful replies... you're the best. Placing the order.
  2. Hermes1
    10-16-2013 05:11 PM
    Hermes1
    Hey Jeff, Sorry to bombard you, but one more question before I place my order. I am curious and have always struggled with whether to use more than one of the same pad when polishing or waxing? I am familiar with the need to switch pads from polishing to waxing as they are different applications, and as such different requirements. And of course I know when polishing, one may have to switch pads depending on the level of aggressiveness or lack of is required. But within the specific application, is there a requirement to switch to a clean pad? I typically in the past, unless the pad has begun to show signs of ware, used one pad and then thorughly cleaned it when finished. I plan to order from Auto Pro as you suggested and will order their backing pad as well as their pads. Thanks again. Best.
  3. Hermes1
    10-14-2013 11:15 PM
    Hermes1
    Thanks much Jeff, it is what I figured and afraid of. I was not planning to buy a new backing plate right now, but you sound so high on their pads and I value your suggestions, so I may have to reconsider. Thanks again.
  4. Hermes1
    10-13-2013 12:12 PM
    Hermes1
    Hi Jeff thanks so much for your valued suggestions and information. I am not married to Auto Geek or Lake, and would prefer to go with the recommendation you have made. So I will look at either carpro and/or autoality. You suggested 5.5" pads for my Griot's Garage DA, but it has as a 6" backing plate, so wouldn't I run into a potential problem with the backing plate over hanging by a 1/2"? In answer to your question, I use the Griot's Garage Machine Polish and their Best of Show Wax. I am however considering once I use up the wax trying the Opti Coat (I think that is correct) you have suggested. Thanks again. Best Bruce
  5. Hermes1
    10-12-2013 01:22 PM
    Hermes1
    Hi Primo, I hope all is well with you. A questions for you. I will need to be polishing and waxing my truck soon and need to replace my pads. I have been using Griot's Garage pads, which have been OK, but I am not terribly excited with them, so I thought I would try something else and came across these at Auto Geek:
    http://www.autogeek.net/lake-country...-pro-pads.html and these at Adams:
    http://www.adamspolishes.com/c-58-po...plicators.aspx I would like your opinion on these or if you have a recommendation for other brands. What I will be doing is a light polishing and then applying wax. Also if it matters I have a Griots Garage Random Orbital machine (6" & 3" units). Thanks & best

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