YBP-5103

Shurhold Buff Magic Compounding Wool Pad - 2-Pack - 7.5" f/Pro Rotary Polisher

Shurhold Buff Magic Compounding Wool Pad - 2-Pack - 7.5" f/Pro Rotary Polisher
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Buff Magic Compounding Wool Pad - 2-Pack - 7.5" for Pro Rotary Polisher

The Buff Magic Compounding Pad is a general purpose, light cutting pad. It's 7-1/2" in diameter and made of 100% twisted wool. This pad was designed to work with the Shurhold Pro Rotary Polisher and is perfect for removing oxidation. (2 pads per pack)

Instructions:
Attach the pad to the polisher. Apply a thin layer of Buff Magic to the surface with a paint brush or other spreading tool. Place the pad on the coated surface and turn it on. Wash the pad after each use with soap and lukewarm water and allow to completely dry.

Features:
  • Material: Wool
  • Quantity: 2-Pack
  • Size: 7.5"
  • Color: White


Compatible Devices:
  • Pro Rotary Polish (Model #3400)
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Shurhold Buff Magic Compounding Wool Pad - 2-Pack - 7.5" f/Pro Rotary Polisher YBP-5103 SHURHOLD BUFF MAGIC PAD 7.5" 2-PACK
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