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The sheer number of pads that are available might be one of the largest sources of confusion for a detailer. There are pads available in a variety of shapes, sizes, brands, colours, and uses. A challenging choice to make if you're a beginner detailer or someone planning to open a new studio is which pad to use for what. We have experts of nano ceramic coating & auto detailing.

Car Polisher Buffer Pads

The first thing to keep in mind is that polishing pads may be thought of as a type of abrasive, similar to wet sanding paper but much finer. They are made to hold abrasive goods against surfaces to thoroughly work them through and break them down while simultaneously correcting or refining the surface. We use them with various abrasive products including polishes and rubbing compound, of course.

Best Polishing pads for Car

It's always important to keep in mind that hand polishing pads and ceramic coating  applicator, which are often made of the same materials, function precisely the same but at a much slower rate. Wool, foam, and microfiber are the three materials available for pads. The cutting ability, applications, and machine compatibility of each material vary. Let's explore this further.

  • Wool pads

One of the most often used types of pads is wool. They are well-liked for their finishing and cutting ability. These pads work well for one- or two-step operations and are best used on vehicles with hard paint. There are coarse and medium cutting capabilities for wool pads. Wool pads produce excellent cutting and finishing.

  • Foam Pads

Foam cushions are constructed of foam, as their name implies. As the name implies, foam pads are constructed of foam, and there are two main kinds of them. Popular because of their firmness are foam cushions. Depending on the level of hardness, the pad will either be used for cutting, polishing, finishing, or waxing. To check paint hardness, you can get a digital coating thickness gauge.

  • Microfiber pads

Microfiber pads are created with microfiber cloths, as the name would imply. The most harsh pads, these should only be used on hard paintwork. They are not very well-liked, though, maybe as a result of their propensity to accumulate residue fast, within the detailing community. Only hard clear coatings applied with car orbital sander are compounded using microfiber pads.