Edge 2000 pad review

Dalamar

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I've been using the edge 2000 pads, thought you'd wanna hear about em!
Thanks to Wytstang for the tip on the sale!!

It takes a little adjusting to get the right amount of polish, but I usually work arough a 2-3' square area at at time.
It uses less polish than terry pads,
and that Pinical pad conditioner and pad cleaner works great!

After going with a polish, the wax isn't all gobbed up on the pad, and it's fairly dirty from the trip on the car.
Spray the cleaner in the dirty pad, squish it around and hose it out.
It's clean!! I was impressed.

run it on the PC for a few seconds to sling out the water, and let it dry.

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The kit came with the 5 pads, pad conditioner and pad cleaner Pinical spray, and the snap-on adaptor.
the PC is more efficient to wihtout that backing plate the pad ocilates more and doesn't bog down the motor as much.

Only down side is the grease behind the spring roller thingies tends to work out, and get in the center of the pads.
you have to wipe it out when changing pads or it gets on the next one.

Did that black infiniti and my truck with them last week.
They go on easier, and you don't have to press as hard to work it around,
cleans up easy and uses less polish material. :)
 

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So do you like this system better then the backing plate and trying to center them?
 

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When i bought my pc not too long ago i got the edge pads too. They are very nice. I cant compare them to the hook n loop style because i havent ever used them
 

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