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Revitalise Pad No:2

Polishing pad

The Auto Finesse Revitalise Pad No.2 is a semi-open cell structure for collecting removed clear coat / paint, spent polish compound, giving compounds the ability to be active on the surface longer. Designed to work in-conjunction with the Auto Finesse Revitalise No.2 polishing compound, the yellow polishing pads will require prepping with Auto Finesse Pad Prime before polishing. Supplied singularly.40

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Revitalise Pad No:2
Revitalise Pad No:2
Revitalise Pad No:2

Revitalise Pad No:2

The Auto Finesse Revitalise Pad No. 2 is designed to work in-conjunction with the Revitalise No.2 polishing compound to effortlessly remove light defects and correct your cars paintwork with ease.

Revitalise Pad No:2


Categories:
Accessories
Product Type:
Polishing pad
Product Code:
PAD2

The Auto Finesse Revitalise Pad No.2 is a semi-open cell structure for collecting removed clear coat / paint, spent polish compound, giving compounds the ability to be active on the surface longer. Designed to work in-conjunction with the Auto Finesse Revitalise No.2 polishing compound, the yellow polishing pads will require prepping with Auto Finesse Pad Prime before polishing.

Supplied singularly.

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Directions for use

We've put together a few simple steps to help you get the best out of Revitalise Pad No:2 highlighting what you should be doing to get the most out of Revitalise Pad No:2 when detailing your pride and joy.

1.

Centre the pad on your backing plate

2.

Prime the pad with Pad Prime

3.

Apply two or three pea sized dots of compound to the pad

4.

Work the pad and compound into the paintwork and repeat if necessary