The Rag Company Podcast
Episode 123

How Foam Polishing Pads are Made | DETALKS

Dane Hennen published on

Foam, wool, and Microfiber polish pads are an essential part of the paint polishing process. But how are these things made? David Patterson from Lake Country gives us some interesting information on what the manufacturing process is! If you've used a machine polisher (whether its a porter cable, Rupes, FLEX, or Meguiers), then you have used some kind of pad. These pads, along with the proper compound, polish are the consumables needed to correct paint. Foam is the most popular option and comes in a wide variety of textures. Whereas microfiber will typically have a cutting pad and a polish pad. Wool is popular in Body shops and with rotary tools for quick cutting, and comes in a variety of styles as well. David spent a few days in Idaho at The Rag Company headquarters and filmed a handful of DETALKS and demonstration videos. So Stay tuned for future uploads! Want to see more Lake Country products? Check out their site!

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Host: Levi Gates & David Patterson Recorded by: Dane Hennen & Anthony Fisher Edited by : Anthony Fisher

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