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  1. Microfibre pads main advantages compared to “standard” foam pads:

    • Microfibre features substantially more surface area per square in/cm compared to foam materials or moreconventional fibres like wool.
    • The firm polyurethane molded substrate provides a consistent support behind the microfibre textile forbetter leveling of defects.

    Recommended applications for Microfibre Pads:

    • On hard paints.
    • Paint with severe defects or deeper scratches.
    • In situations where faster defect removal is desired.

    Applications not recommended for Microfibre Pads:

    • Under-cured or on fresh paints
    • Gel coat due to the high rate of pad loading (material removal clogs pad prematurely)
    • Thin paints where the microfiber could be too aggressive
  2. Microfibre pads main advantages compared to “standard” foam pads:

    • Microfibre features substantially more surface area per square in/cm compared to foam materials or moreconventional fibres like wool.
    • The firm polyurethane molded substrate provides a consistent support behind the microfibre textile forbetter leveling of defects.

    Recommended applications for Microfibre Pads:

    • On hard paints.
    • Paint with severe defects or deeper scratches.
    • In situations where faster defect removal is desired.

    Applications not recommended for Microfibre Pads:

    • Under-cured or on fresh paints
    • Gel coat due to the high rate of pad loading (material removal clogs pad prematurely)
    • Thin paints where the microfiber could be too aggressive
  3. Microfibre pads main advantages compared to “standard” foam pads:

    • Microfibre features substantially more surface area per square in/cm compared to foam materials or moreconventional fibres like wool.
    • The firm polyurethane molded substrate provides a consistent support behind the microfibre textile forbetter leveling of defects.

    Recommended applications for Microfibre Pads:

    • On hard paints.
    • Paint with severe defects or deeper scratches.
    • In situations where faster defect removal is desired.

    Applications not recommended for Microfibre Pads:

    • Under-cured or on fresh paints
    • Gel coat due to the high rate of pad loading (material removal clogs pad prematurely)
    • Thin paints where the microfiber could be too aggressive
  4. Microfibre pads main advantages compared to “standard” foam pads:

    • Microfibre features substantially more surface area per square in/cm compared to foam materials or moreconventional fibres like wool.
    • The firm polyurethane molded substrate provides a consistent support behind the microfibre textile forbetter leveling of defects.

    Recommended applications for Microfibre Pads:

    • On hard paints.
    • Paint with severe defects or deeper scratches.
    • In situations where faster defect removal is desired.

    Applications not recommended for Microfibre Pads:

    • Under-cured or on fresh paints
    • Gel coat due to the high rate of pad loading (material removal clogs pad prematurely)
    • Thin paints where the microfiber could be too aggressive
  5. Microfibre pads main advantages compared to “standard” foam pads:

    • Microfibre features substantially more surface area per square in/cm compared to foam materials or moreconventional fibres like wool.
    • The firm polyurethane molded substrate provides a consistent support behind the microfibre textile forbetter leveling of defects.

    Recommended applications for Microfibre Pads:

    • On hard paints.
    • Paint with severe defects or deeper scratches.
    • In situations where faster defect removal is desired.

    Applications not recommended for Microfibre Pads:

    • Under-cured or on fresh paints
    • Gel coat due to the high rate of pad loading (material removal clogs pad prematurely)
    • Thin paints where the microfiber could be too aggressive
  6. Microfibre pads main advantages compared to “standard” foam pads:

    • Microfibre features substantially more surface area per square in/cm compared to foam materials or moreconventional fibres like wool.
    • The firm polyurethane molded substrate provides a consistent support behind the microfibre textile forbetter leveling of defects.

    Recommended applications for Microfibre Pads:

    • On hard paints.
    • Paint with severe defects or deeper scratches.
    • In situations where faster defect removal is desired.

    Applications not recommended for Microfibre Pads:

    • Under-cured or on fresh paints
    • Gel coat due to the high rate of pad loading (material removal clogs pad prematurely)
    • Thin paints where the microfiber could be too aggressive

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