Cushiony soft yet aggressive on rough, uneven paint!
Think of the texture of your favorite wool sweater. If you press your hand to it, it feels soft, like a pillow. But if you rub you hand up and down, it’s probably pretty rough. It may even give you rug burn. The same principle applies to a lambswool leveling pad.
When covered with a bonnet, the lambswool pad provides a fluffy layer between the bonnet and the backing plate to protect your paint from the edges of the plate. It also evens out the pressure applied by the polisher so wax goes on evenly and buffing is a breeze.
When used alone, the lambswool pad becomes a serious leveling pad that aggressively attacks oxidation and rough patches in your paint. The random motion of the dual-action polisher drags the tough lambswool across the blemishes to smooth them down and prep them for the next step in the detailing process. Just be careful of potential swirls.
Lambswool pads are essential if you use bonnets on your polisher, or if your vehicle has unsightly oxidation and pitting. Tough but fluffy lambswool will become a necessary tool in your detailing arsenal.