Chemical Guys Foam Pad Cleaning Brush
Foam Pad Cleaning Brush
- Clean pads cut better and last longer
- Easily scrubs residue and dirt all foam, microfiber, and wool polishing pads
- Clean and condition any buffing and polishing pad
- Made with durable synthetic bristles
- Rugged plastic handle lasts for years of comfortable use
- Ergonomic design easily used on or off machine
- Saves time and money while cleaning or replacing polishing pads
How To Use
- Carefully remove the polishing pad from the hook and loop backing plate.
- Spray 1-3 spritzes of clean water and Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner, then scrub vigorously with the Polishing Pad Cleaning Brush.
- Rinse the pad with running water, then gently wring out excess water and loosened debris.
- Let the pad air dry, or give it a couple quick spins on your machine polisher to knock out any remaining water before returning to work.
- Make sure to spin the pad in a safe direction that can get wet. Spray 1-3 spritzes of clean water and Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Cleaner on the pad.
- Turn the pad in a safe direction (like inside an empty bucket.)
- Hold the Polishing Pad Cleaning Brush against the pad, then turn the machine on speed setting 2 - 4.
- Scrub until clean.
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