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Lake Country Light Cut Hand Pad

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by crazypainter, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. crazypainter

    crazypainter Member

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    Amongst the kit I have been slowly building ready for the big day ! , I have a Lake Country Light Cut Hand Pad, just want to check that the 'dimpled' side is the side I use on the cars surface? I assume it is otherwise why bother with it but better check i am going to be doing this right. !!
     
  2. CMD

    CMD Pointing Forward's!!!!!!!!!

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    Yes that's correct.
     
  3. S4twiggy

    S4twiggy Fully Certified Detailer!!

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    what product are you going to be using with the LC pad mate?
     
  4. phoenixv6quattro

    phoenixv6quattro staylowmovefast

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    Menzerna 203s with a bit of luck.
     
  5. crazypainter

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    No, Menzerna 203S is what i have. And plenty of elbow grease !
     
  6. John @ PB

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    You can use either or indeed both sides. I tend to have the flat side onto the paint surface.
     
  7. crazypainter

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    Any difference in cut or how to use?
     
  8. John @ PB

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    Not really: the theory with the dimpled side is that the dimples retain product to allow a more even spread of product over the surface.

    I just prefer the flat side in the same way I prefer a flat machine pad to a dimpled machine pad.

    No difference in cut between the two.

    :)
     

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