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Old 06-05-2013, 04:42 PM   #1
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PRESALE: Adam's New 2-Step Polishing System & Pads!

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All orders including Paint Correcting Polish, Paint Finishing Polish, or Microfiber Pads will begin shipping Monday 6/10. Individual products are available to order now and kits will be added and revised in the coming days.

Adam's Paint Correcting Polish:
Adam's Paint Correcting Polish uses the latest in micro-abrasives to remove moderate to heavy swirl marks and light scratches safely and effectively. Safe for clear coat and single stage paint, this is the first in our two stage paint correcting process and is compatible with both foam and microfiber cutting pads. Tested and approved for use on dual action, random orbital, or rotary polishers.


Adam's Paint Finishing Polish:
Adam's Paint Finishing Polish is an ultra fine, premium grade micro-abrasive designed to bring out gloss and produce a mirror finish while removing light swirl marks and imperfections in all paint types. Developed for use with foam or microfiber polishing pads and compatible with dual action, random orbital, and rotary polishers. Adam's Paint Finishing Polish is the second step in our two stage paint correction process that will yield stunning results with minimal effort.

Adam's Orange Microfiber Cutting Pad:
The Adam's Orange Microfiber Cutting Pad is the latest in our line of polishing and paint correction pads, designed to help you achieve more with your dual action, random orbit, or even rotary tool than ever before. Using premium grade cutting microfiber and a high density foam backing these pads will cut thru moderate to heavy swirl marks with ease when paired with our Adam's Paint Correcting Polish.

The Adam's Orange Microfiber Cutting Pad and Paint Correcting Polish are the first stop on your journey to flawless paint. Like all the previous generations of Adam's pads these are color coded to the polish they are designed to work with. We've taken the guess work out of polishing and designed a system thats easy for even the complete novice to pick up and understand.

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The Adam's White Microfiber Finishing Pad is the second step in our Microfiber polishing system, designed to help you achieve more with your dual action, random orbit, or even rotary tool than ever before. Using ultra fine finishing microfiber and a high density foam backing these pads will remove light imperfections as well as the haze left behind by more aggressive polishing when paired with our Adam's Paint Finishing Polish.

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Old 06-05-2013, 04:46 PM   #2
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Old 06-05-2013, 04:55 PM   #3
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So I'll ask, which pad is recommend for the Camaro Paint? MF or foam?
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Old 06-05-2013, 04:55 PM   #4
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Edit: Just watched the videos. Good to see emphasis on cleaning out the pads. I've seen most people recommend compressed air over a brush for cleaning but have you not noticed anything negative with using a brush repeatedly?

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Old 06-05-2013, 06:59 PM   #5
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Looks great!

In the first video you show the smaller pads on the table. I do not see them on the web site though. When will those pads be available?
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Old 06-05-2013, 08:33 PM   #6
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Edit: Just watched the videos. Good to see emphasis on cleaning out the pads. I've seen most people recommend compressed air over a brush for cleaning but have you not noticed anything negative with using a brush repeatedly?
Not that I've noticed, and while compressed air is fine, a lot of people don't have access to it so we figured the brush makes more sense.

I have used the blaster sidekick a few times and it packs enough power to blow the pads out as well.
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Not that I've noticed, and while compressed air is fine, a lot of people don't have access to it so we figured the brush makes more sense.

I have used the blaster sidekick a few times and it packs enough power to blow the pads out as well.
I'll second this. While I obviously haven't specifically used the Adam's MF pads, the nylon brush works awesome on other MF pads. Been using it on mine for a long time now with no problems.
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Old 06-05-2013, 08:45 PM   #8
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Not that I've noticed, and while compressed air is fine, a lot of people don't have access to it so we figured the brush makes more sense.

I have used the blaster sidekick a few times and it packs enough power to blow the pads out as well.
Agreed that most don't have a compressor on hand.

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I'll second this. While I obviously haven't specifically used the Adam's MF pads, the nylon brush works awesome on other MF pads. Been using it on mine for a long time now with no problems.
Awesome, thanks for the replies.
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Old 06-05-2013, 09:15 PM   #9
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Ordered thanks a bunch been waiting
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:23 PM   #10
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Nice!

What are the major differences between SHR and the new Paint Correcting Polish and the FMP and the new Paint Finishing Polish?
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I'll be ordering the polishes at some point, undecided on pads.

In terms of the consistency, are these as thick as SHR and FMP were?
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Old 06-06-2013, 09:43 AM   #14
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I'll be ordering the polishes at some point, undecided on pads.

In terms of the consistency, are these as thick as SHR and FMP were?
The Correcting Polish is pretty close to SHR, but the Finishing Polish is not as thick as FMP is.
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