Buff and shine pad question

Discussion in 'Compounds, Polishes, Paint Cleaners, and Glazes' started by mxwizard, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. mxwizard

    mxwizard Virgin Detailer

    Hey all...Being really new to this world I went the safe route and am using FG 400 with a Buff and Shine Green pad on both our cars..Nissan Rogue and Infiniti G35. Both are Peral white..The results have be good so far that people in my condo complex want their cars done...How much more aggresive are say the Orange or Yellow pads and how much more risk is there I could make things worse? As I said im very carefull and run the Griots @ 4-5 with what appears to be good even pressure as far as technique....Any suggestions are very welcome....
  2. af90

    af90 Virgin Detailer

    If you're getting the results you want no need to bump up pads to a yellow or orange. Now if you're not getting enough cut then bump it up.
  3. rwisejr

    rwisejr DB Forum Supporter

    Exactly . Test spot with the green and judge from there .
  4. M3ride.

    M3ride. Wax on..Wax off

    Like others have said "test spot." But if you do step up to an orange pad there may be some cases where you might have to follow up with the green.
  5. 99monguse

    99monguse Birth of a Detailer

    Where do you guys get your Buff & Shine pads? I went directly to their site but I saw no pricing. Just from looking at the online pics, the UBER pads look to be the same as the Buff and Shines, is that correct?
  6. 12`WRX

    12`WRX Virgin Detailer

    yes Uber pads are BuffnShine
  7. Swanicyouth

    Swanicyouth Two Bucket System Washer

    CarPro USA

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