|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-02-2011 10:24 AM|
|chupacabraman||Yep those pads work great. If it's spring condtions / wet snow, you'll definitely want to be using the brush to texture your base.|
|11-02-2011 10:20 AM|
Originally Posted by Inlay View Post
|11-02-2011 09:51 AM|
|Inlay||Thank you everyone for your replies, I will go ahead and use the scotch brite|
|11-02-2011 03:49 AM|
Originally Posted by fattrav View Post
|11-02-2011 03:41 AM|
Originally Posted by Milo303 View Post
|11-02-2011 03:15 AM|
I just wax and scrape my Never Summer and point it.... Nobody can keep up
Using the proper wax for the snow conditions is my biggest thing..
All of the other polishing gimmicks, I don't get em.
Wax/Scrape/Point/Going as fast as my balls will let me and still going faster.
|11-02-2011 03:01 AM|
|fattrav||That stuff will be fine, it gets gummed up with excess wax after a bit which makes it a lot less coarse. Seeing as I now do not work at a place that had lots of scotch-brite available. I use the cheapest stuff that I can find in either the supermarket, or some where like the $2 shop. Works just as good as the stuff you linked (actually the user satisfaction is slightly higher).|
|11-02-2011 02:42 AM|
|Bayoh||Nah they're what I use. Just grab whatever generic brand there is in the grocery store and save an extra buck.|
|11-02-2011 02:39 AM|
Are these good for polishing after scraping or are they too course/abrasive?
Heavy Duty Scour Pad
If they're too abrasive, does anyone have any suggestions on what to use? Or should I use the non-scratch version of those?