'Seriously cleaning your buffer pad means you don’t have to throw it out'
This week's Product of the Week is the cleaner that cleans the cleaner. Cleaning tools deserve their own special washing to keep them in the best possible condition. This new Serious Pad Cleaner is a scientifically formulated powdered cleaner for rejuvenating buffing pads. Better still the product is environmentally friendly, being biodegradable.
When mixed with water, this cleaner, which has just been introduced by Shurhold, dissolves compounds and waxes from wool, foam and blended buffing pads.
This will save you money too because using this cleaner helps you reuse you pads, instead of replacing them.
Serious Pad Cleaner is also great for microfiber and cotton bonnets. It will remove caked on and saturated compounds and waxes from buffing pads.
Pads should be cleaned immediately after use for the easiest cleaning. Owners simply mix a scoop of the cleaner with one gallon of warm water. The buffing pads should soak in the mixture for 15 minutes. Extremely soiled pads can soak for longer. Then, users should agitate the pads, brush them lightly and rinse thoroughly with clean water. Pads should be left to air dry.
Dedicated to educating boat owners, Shurhold provides key tips for boat value preservation at www.shurhold.com. Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.
For more information go to their website.
You can buy the product online and Shurhold will ship to: USA, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Bahamas, Belgium, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Grand Cayman, Chilie, China, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Puerto Rico, Spain and the US Virgin Islands.
by Martin Flory/Sail-World Cruising
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