Flexipads 1-Step microfibre pads use a shorter pile microfibre for a faster cutting action, perfectly bonded to their firm backing foam.
Flexipads DA Microfibre cutting pads have soft microfibres and a flexible foam interface, these DA Microfibre cutting pads refine paint to a brilliant shine.
These Flexipads DA Microfibre cutting pads are made for maximum efficiency. Their engineered foam interface offers controlled conformability. As you move the polisher over the paint, the microfibres adapt to the curves and contours of the paint, distributing the wax and mild cleaners evenly for maximum protection and gloss.
The centre hole also has two very important functions; 1 that it allows visual alignment much easier and 2 the most important, providing a cooling chamber for excess heat to escape while the pad is working on the surface. The heat travels up the center hole and then dissipates into the foam interface. This heat transfer action allows longer working time.
Suitable for DA polishers
Velcro backed for quick & easy removal
Suitable for medium and hard paints
Made in Great Britain
Foam Layer: 10mm
Foam: Orange Cutting
Made from microfibre and Polyeurethane foam, this polishing system is designed to bridge the continuously elusive gap between dual action and rotary polishing, without compromising on safety and performance.
They key feature of this system is the replacement of the traditional foam pad surface with a more responsive microfibre. We suggest always selecting the least aggressive product needed to achieve the desired result, working upwards one grade at a time so as not to overwork your surface area.
Add a small amount of dish washing detergent to a 5 gallon bucket and fill it with water.
Soak the dirty pad for up to 30 minutes.
After soaking, massage the pads to work out the caked in polish.
Squeeze out the soapy water.
Empty and refill the bucket with fresh water.
Rinse the pads in the bucket of fresh water, squeeze, and set aside to air dry.
Washing machines often do not remove all of the residue and some washing liquids leave behind small amounts of residue.
Tumble driers can deform the pads and sometimes even damage the cell structure and on microfibre pads, the heat will soften the glue which hold microfibre to its backing.