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Uro-Wool™ (3" x .50") 2pk


BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

    Uro-Wool Set™ (5" x .75")

                   $35.99

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

Uro-Wool™ (6" x .75")


BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

Buff And Shine Uro Tech Foam Pads

For Long Throw Machines Not For Forced Action Machine

Can Be Used For Standard D/A Machines

Not For Rotary Machines

URO TECH PADS VIDEO

                                                                          1"Uro-Tech Set

                                                                                    $72.99

Compact Foam Polishing Pad

1-5/8" Uro-Tec™ Blue Heavy Polishing Foam Pad is the premiere polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 1" backing plate using the 1-3/8" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for finishing polishes or even one-step polishing compounds or cleaner waxes. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Tec Polishing Pads to provide outstanding results.Compact Foam Heavy Polishing Pad

1-5/8" Uro-Tec™ Maroon Heavy Polishing Foam Pad is the premiere heavy polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 1" backing plate using the 1-3/8" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for one-step compounds and polishes, taking care of medium cutting and heavy polishing to clear up moderate defects in the paint system with a haze-free finish. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Tec Heavy Polishing Pads to provide outstanding results


Compact Foam Polishing Pad

1-5/8" Uro-Tec™ Yellow Polishing Foam Pad is the premiere polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 1" backing plate using the 1-3/8" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for finishing polishes or even one-step polishing compounds or cleaner waxes. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Tec Polishing Pads to provide outstanding results.






BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.I'm a paragraph. Click once to begin entering your own content. You can change my font, size, line height, color and more by highlighting part of me and selecting the options from the toolbar.

2 inch set

$89.99

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

3 inch set 8 pads

$75.99

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

3 Inch Pads Set 2 Pads Per Color (8 Pads)

$75.99

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BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

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2 inch set

$89.99

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads are designed to fully maximize the detailing potential already seen in microfiber pads. With a 25% lower pile than traditional microfiber pads, Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads also feature a blend of two different microfiber grades into just one pad. These two features, never before seen in a microfiber pad, allow you to cut, polish and finish in just one step!

While the black and white fibers found in the Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads lead to an overall attractive appearance, they are for so much more than just looks. With both cutting fibers and polishing fibers blended together into one pad, you are now able to remove light to moderate scratches and swirls, polish to perfection, and buff to a high shine in just one pad! Although, of course, you will need a clean pad for each step.

Use 1 inch Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads with a 1 inch backing plate.

1-5/8" Uro-Tec™ Maroon Heavy Polishing Foam Pad is the premiere heavy polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 1" backing plate using the 1-3/8" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for one-step compounds and polishes, taking care of medium cutting and heavy polishing to clear up moderate defects in the paint system with a haze-free finish. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Tec Heavy Polishing Pads to provide outstanding results

The closed cell foam construction of the Dark Blue Pad is ideal for use with a medium cut polish or a one-step/cleaner wax. Whether you are using it in conjunction with the other pads in Buff and Shine’s “Reflection Artist” Line or are just looking for a versatile polishing pad, the Dark Blue pad will provide incredible results. Following this pad up with the Yellow Light Polishing Pad will give you the ability to finish even the softest paint out to a show-car shine!The closed cell foam construction of the Dark Blue Pad is ideal for use with a medium cut polish or a one-step/cleaner wax. Whether you are using it in conjunction with the other pads in Buff and Shine’s “Reflection Artist” Line or are just looking for a versatile polishing pad, the Dark Blue pad will provide incredible results. Following this pad up with the Yellow Light Polishing Pad will give you the ability to finish even the softest paint out to a show-car shine!

Compact Foam Polishing Pad

1-5/8" Uro-Tec™ Yellow Polishing Foam Pad is the premiere polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 1" backing plate using the 1-3/8" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for finishing polishes or even one-step polishing compounds or cleaner waxes. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Tec Polishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

                                                                  1 Inch buffing pads set

                                                                                                                              $104.99

2- inch Yellow Polishing Pad 4pk


BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project..

2- inch white Finishing Pad 4pk 

$74.99

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

2 inch Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pad 4 Pack


Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads are designed to fully maximize the detailing potential already seen in microfiber pads. With a 25% lower pile than traditional microfiber pads, Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads also feature a blend of two different microfiber grades into just one pad. These two features, never before seen in a microfiber pad, allow you to cut, polish and finish in just one step!

While the black and white fibers found in the Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pads lead to an overall attractive appearance, they are for so much more than just looks. With both cutting fibers and polishing fibers blended together into one pad, you are now able to remove light to moderate scratches and swirls, polish to perfection, and buff to a high shine in just one pad! Although, of course, you will need a clean pad for each step.

Use 2 inch Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber Pad with a 2 inch backing plate.

Uro-Wool Pads​

Uro-Wool™ (3" x .50") 2pk


BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

    Uro-Wool Set™ (5" x .75")

                   $35.99

BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

Uro-Wool™ (6" x .75")


BUFFING FOAMS

Buffing and polishing your car with foam pads has been around for many years. Foam pads work allot differently than wool pads as far as cut, feel and performance. There are many new technological advances in the foam pad industry and I am writing this to help give you more information so you are able to choose the correct foam for your next job.

There are many ways to identify foam pads in the industry. PPI is a generic way of distinguishing foam, but not the 100% correct way. Since there are so many ways to measure foam, we are going to start here with the basic.

OPEN CELL and CLOSED CELL

The first and basic thing to understand about foam is whether it is open or closed cell. Many open cell foams start out as closed cell and are “reticulated” to produce open cell. “Reticulation” is a process used in processing foam where they take the bun of foam, put in in a concrete and controlled room, fill the room with hydrogen so the foam can absorb it, and then they ignite the foam. This process causes the membrane or window of the foam to wrap around the branches. The window/membrane on foam is the transparent thin layer in between the branches. The branch is what you feel by hand in the foam when you touch it. If you look at foam under a microscope, you will see the branches and windows. Foam that has been reticulated is open cell and foam no reticulated is closed cell.

Once you reticulate a foam it may become stronger in its tearing characteristics. Reticulated or “open cell” foam run much cooler on the surface as compared to closed cell foams. The reason for this is that with the cells being open, they are allowed to let air pass thru them to dissipate heat. With this happening, there may be a chance the chemical you are working with may dry faster and possibly dust since the lubricant in it is getting dried with the air passing thru the foam.

There are Pros and Cons to each of the foams, and each type works differently with all chemicals:

Open cell run cooler

Closed cell has less absorption of polish, compound, etc.

Closed cell more “dense”

Closed cell forces abrasives in chemicals to work faster since they can be absorbed into foam as fast

Closed cell corrects faster

Longer working time with chemicals using open cell

Keep in mind that not all foams work the same way with all chemicals. In many instances, it can be trial and error.

There are many other ways foams are measured, this is just a starting point so you are able to pick the best foam for your project.

QP-6RA contains 1 each of 6KWB, 692MFP-BK, 672BN, 656BN, 634BN


If you are not already familiar, the Reflection Artist™ Pad Line by Buff and Shine Manufacturing is a select combination of some the most innovative pads available in the industry today. This unique pad combination was created from a select few pads from our current URO pad line, as well as some specially designed NEW pads created to complete this ALL-IN-ONE pad system! Buff and Shine Mfg. developed a way to make it even easier to become a Reflection Artist™ by creating a cool and easy-to-use kit containing all the pads you need!

Each kit will contain one each of your choice of either 5” or 6” (loop) sizes of all 5 pads from the Reflection Artist™ Pad Line.

NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend pad

Uro-Fiber™ microfiber pad

Uro-Tec™ maroon foam pad

NEW Uro-Tec™ dark blue foam pad

Uro-Tec™ yellow foam pad

COMPLETE 6" BUFFING KIT

Part# QP-6RA contains 1 each of 6KWB, 692MFP-BK, 672BN, 656BN, 634BN

COMPLETE 5" BUFFING KIT

Part# QP-5RA contains 1 each of 5KWB, 592MFP-BK, 572BN, 556BN, 534BN

NOT familiar with what a Reflection Artist™ is? If so, let’s begin with the Merriam-Webster definition of both words:

Re-flec-tion (noun)

· The production of an image by or as if by a mirror.

· An image given back by a reflecting surface.

Art-ist (noun)


QP-5RA contains 1 each of 5KWB, 592MFP-BK, 572BN, 556BN, 534BN

SET 6 inch AND 5 inch

$104.98

If you are not already familiar, the Reflection Artist™ Pad Line by Buff and Shine Manufacturing is a select combination of some the most innovative pads available in the industry today. This unique pad combination was created from a select few pads from our current URO pad line, as well as some specially designed NEW pads created to complete this ALL-IN-ONE pad system! Buff and Shine Mfg. developed a way to make it even easier to become a Reflection Artist™ by creating a cool and easy-to-use kit containing all the pads you need!

Each kit will contain one each of your choice of either 5” or 6” (loop) sizes of all 5 pads from the Reflection Artist™ Pad Line.

NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend pad

Uro-Fiber™ microfiber pad

Uro-Tec™ maroon foam pad

NEW Uro-Tec™ dark blue foam pad

Uro-Tec™ yellow foam pad

COMPLETE 6" BUFFING KIT

Part# QP-6RA contains 1 each of 6KWB, 692MFP-BK, 672BN, 656BN, 634BN

COMPLETE 5" BUFFING KIT

Part# QP-5RA contains 1 each of 5KWB, 592MFP-BK, 572BN, 556BN, 534BN

NOT familiar with what a Reflection Artist™ is? If so, let’s begin with the Merriam-Webster definition of both words:

Re-flec-tion (noun)

· The production of an image by or as if by a mirror.

· An image given back by a reflecting surface.

Art-ist (noun)



QP-5RA contains 1 each of 5KWB, 592MFP-BK, 572BN, 556BN, 534BN


If you are not already familiar, the Reflection Artist™ Pad Line by Buff and Shine Manufacturing is a select combination of some the most innovative pads available in the industry today. This unique pad combination was created from a select few pads from our current URO pad line, as well as some specially designed NEW pads created to complete this ALL-IN-ONE pad system! Buff and Shine Mfg. developed a way to make it even easier to become a Reflection Artist™ by creating a cool and easy-to-use kit containing all the pads you need!

Each kit will contain one each of your choice of either 5” or 6” (loop) sizes of all 5 pads from the Reflection Artist™ Pad Line.

NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend pad

Uro-Fiber™ microfiber pad

Uro-Tec™ maroon foam pad

NEW Uro-Tec™ dark blue foam pad

Uro-Tec™ yellow foam pad

COMPLETE 6" BUFFING KIT

Part# QP-6RA contains 1 each of 6KWB, 692MFP-BK, 672BN, 656BN, 634BN

COMPLETE 5" BUFFING KIT

Part# QP-5RA contains 1 each of 5KWB, 592MFP-BK, 572BN, 556BN, 534BN

NOT familiar with what a Reflection Artist™ is? If so, let’s begin with the Merriam-Webster definition of both words:

Re-flec-tion (noun)

· The production of an image by or as if by a mirror.

· An image given back by a reflecting surface.

Art-ist (noun)


Yellow Lite Polishing Uro Tech Foam set

Yellow Lite Polishing Uro Tech Foam set 1 inch, 2 inch, 3 inch, 5 inch, 6 inch

(set 14 pads)

White final finishing Uro Tech Foam set

White final finishing Uro Tech Foam set 1 inch, 2 inch, 3 inch, 5 inch, 6 inch

(set 14 pads)

                                                                                                                Uro Tech  Sets          

                                        4 colors maroon dark blue and yellow

                                        and black microfiber cutting

                                        1 inch-6 pads 2 inch 4 pads 3 inch 4pads

                                        5 inch 1 pad 6 inch 1 pad

                                                                         $329.99

                                                                                                                    Uro Tech  Sets

                                       4 colors maroon dark blue and yellow

                                       and black and white uro fiber cutting and polishing

                                       1 inch-6 pads 2 inch 4 pads 3 inch 4pads

                                       5 inch 1 pad 6 inch 1 pad Total of 56 Pads


                                                                        $359.99

                                                                 Uro Tech  Sets 4 colors maroon dark blue                                                                                       yellow and white

                                     1 inch-6 pads 2 inch 4 pads 3 inch 4pads

                               5 inch 1 pad 6 inch 1 pad -14 pads x4=56 pads

                                                                    $349.99

Uro Fiber Pad Blend Set

$115.99

9 Pads

LEARN MORE

New Grey

Uro-Wool™ Blend pad 6" 2pk


NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend pad

Buff and Shine Manufacturing is excited to introduce our second wool member to the “Uro Wool” pad line. The Uro-Wool Blended pad is a step below our 100% white wool pad in aggressiveness and enhanced with a proprietary wool blend. This pad is specifically designed to cut but leave a better finish than our white Uro-Wool.

The Uro-Wool Blended pad uses a blend of processed wool that is “knitted” onto the pad, not twisted. The biggest advantage of knitted wool is the minimal amount of lint floating around the shop! The face of the knitted wool pad is soft to the touch but slightly denser because of the proprietary blend. The blend consists of a process different than our white Uro-Wool pad keeping the fibers fused together which helps keep product more on the face of the pad. Product will still be absorbed but at a different rate than the white Uro-Wool being a more versatile wool pad.

You will also notice that the Uro-Wool pad has virtually no interface between the wool fiber pad face and the hook-and-loop backing material. This allows the power of the polisher and the movement of the technician to transfer more directly and actively to the paint surface, resulting in faster polishing and correction cycles.

Uro-Wool can be used with all polishing machines—simple rotary, dual-action, random-orbit, long-throw, high-action, gear-driven. The pads are available in 6”, 5”, and 3” widths.

To clean Uro-Wool pads, use compressed air or an appropriate pad brush. You can also use a mechanical pad washer or wash them by hand.

New Grey

Uro-Wool™ Blend pad 5" 2pk


NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend pad

Buff and Shine Manufacturing is excited to introduce our second wool member to the “Uro Wool” pad line. The Uro-Wool Blended pad is a step below our 100% white wool pad in aggressiveness and enhanced with a proprietary wool blend. This pad is specifically designed to cut but leave a better finish than our white Uro-Wool.

The Uro-Wool Blended pad uses a blend of processed wool that is “knitted” onto the pad, not twisted. The biggest advantage of knitted wool is the minimal amount of lint floating around the shop! The face of the knitted wool pad is soft to the touch but slightly denser because of the proprietary blend. The blend consists of a process different than our white Uro-Wool pad keeping the fibers fused together which helps keep product more on the face of the pad. Product will still be absorbed but at a different rate than the white Uro-Wool being a more versatile wool pad.

You will also notice that the Uro-Wool pad has virtually no interface between the wool fiber pad face and the hook-and-loop backing material. This allows the power of the polisher and the movement of the technician to transfer more directly and actively to the paint surface, resulting in faster polishing and correction cycles.

Uro-Wool can be used with all polishing machines—simple rotary, dual-action, random-orbit, long-throw, high-action, gear-driven. The pads are available in 6”, 5”, and 3” widths.

To clean Uro-Wool pads, use compressed air or an appropriate pad brush. You can also use a mechanical pad washer or wash them by hand..

$115.99

NEW Grey Uro-Wool™

Blend pad 5"


NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend pad

Buff and Shine Manufacturing is excited to introduce our second wool member to the “Uro Wool” pad line. The Uro-Wool Blended pad is a step below our 100% white wool pad in aggressiveness and enhanced with a proprietary wool blend. This pad is specifically designed to cut but leave a better finish than our white Uro-Wool.

The Uro-Wool Blended pad uses a blend of processed wool that is “knitted” onto the pad, not twisted. The biggest advantage of knitted wool is the minimal amount of lint floating around the shop! The face of the knitted wool pad is soft to the touch but slightly denser because of the proprietary blend. The blend consists of a process different than our white Uro-Wool pad keeping the fibers fused together which helps keep product more on the face of the pad. Product will still be absorbed but at a different rate than the white Uro-Wool being a more versatile wool pad.

You will also notice that the Uro-Wool pad has virtually no interface between the wool fiber pad face and the hook-and-loop backing material. This allows the power of the polisher and the movement of the technician to transfer more directly and actively to the paint surface, resulting in faster polishing and correction cycles.

Uro-Wool can be used with all polishing machines—simple rotary, dual-action, random-orbit, long-throw, high-action, gear-driven. The pads are available in 6”, 5”, and 3” widths.

To clean Uro-Wool pads, use compressed air or an appropriate pad brush. You can also use a mechanical pad washer or wash them by hand.

NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend Set 3"pad 5" 6" Set 4pk


NED6KWB

6.125” x ¾” thick Grey Uro-Wool blend pad

USA

5KWB

5.125” x ¾” thick Grey Uro-Wool blend pad

USA

3KWB

3.125” x ½” thick Grey Uro-Wool blend pad

USA Set

NEW Grey Uro-Wool™ Blend pad

Buff and Shine Manufacturing is excited to introduce our second wool member to the “Uro Wool” pad line. The Uro-Wool Blended pad is a step below our 100% white wool pad in aggressiveness and enhanced with a proprietary wool blend. This pad is specifically designed to cut but leave a better finish than our white Uro-Wool.

The Uro-Wool Blended pad uses a blend of processed wool that is “knitted” onto the pad, not twisted. The biggest advantage of knitted wool is the minimal amount of lint floating around the shop! The face of the knitted wool pad is soft to the touch but slightly denser because of the proprietary blend. The blend consists of a process different than our white Uro-Wool pad keeping the fibers fused together which helps keep product more on the face of the pad. Product will still be absorbed but at a different rate than the white Uro-Wool being a more versatile wool pad.

You will also notice that the Uro-Wool pad has virtually no interface between the wool fiber pad face and the hook-and-loop backing material. This allows the power of the polisher and the movement of the technician to transfer more directly and actively to the paint surface, resulting in faster polishing and correction cycles.

Uro-Wool can be used with all polishing machines—simple rotary, dual-action, random-orbit, long-throw, high-action, gear-driven. The pads are available in 6”, 5”, and 3” widths.

To clean Uro-Wool pads, use compressed air or an appropriate pad brush. You can also use a mechanical pad washer or wash them by hand..

REFLECTION ARTIST PAD LINE

                                                  3"Buff And Shine Uro- Cell Set

              Buff And Shine 355BN Uro-Cell 3-Inch Blue Heavy Cutting Foam Pad - 2 Pack  

              Buff And Shine 383BN Uro-Cell 3-Inch Orange Polishing Foam Pad 2 Pack 

              Buff And Shine 322BN Uro-Cell 3-Inch Red Finishing Foam Pad - 2 Pack

                                                                                    $28.99



Compact Foam Polishing Pad

3" Uro-Cell™Blue Cutting Foam Pad is the ultimate polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, correction and polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for removing light defects including light scratches, minor oxidation, and fine swirl marks. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary 


Compact Foam Polishing Pad

3" Uro-Cell™ Orange Polishing Foam Pad is the ultimate polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, correction and polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for removing light defects including light scratches, minor oxidation, and fine swirl marks. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary


Compact Foam Finishing Pad

3" Uro-Cell™ Red Finishing Foam Pad is the ultimate finishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine finishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for finishing polishes, paste waxes, sealant and glazes. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary


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Uro Tech 5 Color Set

$449.99

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                                                                                        6"Buff And Shine Uro- Cell Set

                           Buff And Shine 655BN Uro-Cell 6-Inch Blue Heavy Cutting Foam Pad 

                           Buff And Shine 683BN Uro-Cell 6-Inch Orange Polishing Foam Pad 

                           Buff And Shine 622BN Uro-Cell 6-Inch Red Finishing Foam Pad 

                                                                                    $28.99

Compact Foam Polishing Pad

6" Uro-Cell™Blue Cutting Foam Pad is the ultimate polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, correction and polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for removing light defects including light scratches, minor oxidation, and fine swirl marks. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary


Compact Foam Polishing Pad

6" Uro-Cell™ Orange Polishing Foam Pad is the ultimate polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, correction and polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for removing light defects including light scratches, minor oxidation, and fine swirl marks. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary


Compact Foam Finishing Pad

6" Uro-Cell™ Red Finishing Foam Pad is the ultimate finishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine finishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for finishing polishes, paste waxes, sealant and glazes. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary


                                                            7"Buff And Shine Uro- Cell Set.

                         Buff And Shine 655BN Uro-Cell 7-Inch Blue Heavy Cutting Foam Pad 

                         Buff And Shine 683BN Uro-Cell 7-Inch Orange Polishing Foam Pad 

                         Buff And Shine 622BN Uro-Cell 7-Inch Red Finishing Foam Pad 

                                                                                     $31.99

Compact Foam Polishing Pad

7" Uro-Cell™Blue Cutting Foam Pad is the ultimate polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, correction and polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for removing light defects including light scratches, minor oxidation, and fine swirl marks. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary


Compact Foam Polishing Pad

7" Uro-Cell™ Orange Polishing Foam Pad is the ultimate polishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, correction and polishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for removing light defects including light scratches, minor oxidation, and fine swirl marks. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary


Compact Foam Finishing Pad

7" Uro-Cell™ Red Finishing Foam Pad is the ultimate finishing pad for the latest generation of compact polishers. These polishers allow for accuracy, fine finishing work, and getting into tighter spaces than ever before. Featuring European foam, with high durability for use in an intensive environment, the pads disperse heat and reduce softening. That means less downtime spent changing pads.

When partnered with a 2" backing plate using the 2" hook and loop backing, these pads are an excellent choice for finishing polishes, paste waxes, sealant and glazes. Excellent balance reduces vibration and helps to prevent pad hopping, increasing efficiency through superior surface contact. All of this helps Uro-Cell Finishing Pads to provide outstanding results.

Recommended for use with the following polishers:

Standard dual action

Gear driven dual action

Rotary

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