Protect your paint finish with this conditioning foam and wool pad lubricant.
When machine polishing, you may have noticed that the pad moves more easily and produces better results several minutes into the session. That’s because it takes several minutes for the polish you’re using to work its way into the foam (or wool). Up to that point, you’re dry buffing your paint finish.
Dry buffing refers to polishing with a dry pad, and it’s bad news for your paint. The friction creates fine scratches and dullness that will have to be polished out. Dry buffing increases your polishing time and actually causes your paint unnecessary trauma.
Prevention of dry buffing is as easy as misting an unused pad with McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner. It only takes a couple of spritzes to prep the pad for polishing. The rich lubricants instantly penetrate the pad, softening and conditioning the material. Even if the pad has never been used, it will glide across the paint like you’re halfway through the detail session.
A pad prepped with McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner is more receptive to polish because the foam’s pores open up when the conditioner is introduced. Beyond just wetting the foam, the conditioner’s lubricants add extra surface protection during the polishing process. The lubricants will blend with those that are in the polish to provide excellent protection against micro-marring.
McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner protects the pad itself, as well as the paint. The friction created by dry buffing can tear the foam or cause it to fray. Pre-moistening the foam reduces friction so the pad doesn’t experience any unnecessary roughness. This soft touch is better for the paint, too.
McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner also comes in handy while you’re polishing. When the pad is saturated with polish or wax but it seems to be drying out, mist the pad with the conditioner. Just one spray will reactivate the polish that is starting to dry inside the pad. Keeping the product moist within the pad also makes clean-up easier.
Most importantly, McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner does not interfere with the performance of any polish or wax. There are no “active ingredients” in this VOC compliant conditioner. It will not react with any solvents or chemical cleaners found in any polish, and it will not dilute products if used as directed. Just like any lubricant, McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner will gradually diminish as you polish.
If you need one more reason to use McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner, you got it. McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner can be used to remove stubborn films from the paint using a microfiber towel. Some polishes and waxes can leave a film, particularly on black and red paint finishes. One spritz will remove the film and wipe to a streak-free shine.
Get better results from your polisher and get more mileage from your pads with McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Conditioner. It’s the detailer’s secret to a trouble-free polish.