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Cleaning Buffing/Polishing Pads by ILVMYGT
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What is the best way to clean wool and foam buffing pads. For the wool there is a "Spur tool" that will clean some of the compound out, but what can you use to deep clean the pads. Can you use something like Dawn or Simple Green to clean the pads or will that leave a residue. Is a special cleaning solution required? What are the recommendation?

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What is the best way to clean wool and foam buffing pads. For the wool there is a "Spur tool" that will clean some of the compound out, but what can you use to deep clean the pads. Can you use something like Dawn or Simple Green to clean the pads or will that leave a residue. Is a special cleaning solution required? What are the recommendation?

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