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Shurhold Serious Pad Cleaner - 12oz

Shurhold Serious Pad Cleaner - 12oz
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Serious Pad Cleaner - 12oz

Serious Pad Cleaner is scientifically formulated powdered cleaner for rejuvenating buffing pads. Mixed with water this cleaner dissolves compounds and waxes from wool, foam and blended buffing pads cleaning them to be used over and over.

For most pad cleaning applications Mix 2 scoops (scoop included) with 2 gallons of water. This will allow for 10-12 batches. Mixed solution can be used for upto a one week or until product nolonger breaks down and cleans pads, which ever occurs first.

Also great for cleaning dock lines along with microfiber and cotton bonnets.

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Instructions:
In a plastic container, mix 1 scoop (included) or1 tbsp. of powder per 1 gallon (3.78 Litters) of warm water. Stir thoroughly. Mix only what is needed for application and use within 7 days of mixing or more often with heavy use. Soak items to be cleaned for up to 15 minutes. Agitate and Brush lightly. Thoroughly rinse area with clean water. For extremely soiled area, let solution soak in longer.

Buffing Pads
Wash your pads immediately for easiest cleaning. Serious Pad Cleaner & Rope Wash will remove caked on and saturated compounds ands waxes from your buffing pads. Let pads thoroughly air dry prior to using again.

Ropes & Dock Line
Wash annually or as needed. Serious Pad Cleaner & Rope Wash will remove stains from mold, mildew, algae, and dirt in ropes and dock lines. Agitate with Shurhold's Rope Brush for best results.

Safety & Handling
While this product is environmentally friendly and bio-degradable, please follow these warnings. This is a concentrated citrus cleaner and may irritate your skin with prolonged exposure. Due to its powerful cleaning properties, wear old clothes while using. Always wear protective gloves and safety glasses. Do not mix with bleach or any other concentrated chemical cleaners. Keep unused powder in a cool, dry place, out of reach of children and pets.

Caution:
Do not get in eyes, on skin, or clothing. Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
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