4” Premium Terry Bonnets 2 Pack
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Whisk away wax in record time!
What’s the best way to remove wax from your vehicle? That’s easy – a terry cloth bonnet! Terry cloth is the tried and true detailing fabric. Though some would say microfiber is king, there is one task for which we prefer nothing but terry cloth. It just can’t be beat for wax and polish removal.
Typically, waxes and polishes dry to a haze and then you buff it off. This haze can sometimes be difficult to remove by hand or with a microfiber bonnet. But its not a problem for the 4” Premium Terry Bonnets. The looped cotton fibers gently whisk away dried wax and polish as you move your Cyclo polisher over the surface. If you think of the texture of a plush bath towel, you’ll have a pretty good idea what these bonnets feel like. That varied texture allows the terry bonnets to softly scrub the paint surface to remove the dried haze.
4” Premium Terry Bonnets are a perfect fit over Lake Country 4” pads or Spot Buffs. Use a pair of bonnets on your Cyclo Dual Head Polisher or on your electric drill. That’s right; if you have a drill adapter and backing plate, you can use these bonnets over your 4” pads for buffing wheels or other metal components. Great for motorcycles! You can also use these small terry bonnets on your Porter Cable 7424XP with the use of the 3.5” Dual Action Flexible Backing Plate and pads.
4” Terry Bonnets are washable and reversible. If one side becomes caked with wax, turn off your machine and turn the bonnet inside out. When both sides become soiled, toss the bonnets in your washing machine with your regular detergent. Keep your detailing supplies separate from your regular laundry to avoid cross-contamination. If you’d rather keep your dirty supplies in the garage, you may also wash your bonnets and pads in a 5 gallon bucket with McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Rejuvenator. Air dry your bonnets and pads.
4” Terry Bonnets are the easy-off solution to wax and polish removal!
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By John H.
August 27, 2013
The post above must have had a defective bonnet. I've had nothing but luck with these bonnets. They work great for taking off compound with Cyclo buffer machine.
By Matthew Current
July 5, 2008
Go with the microfiber bonnets
I was incredibly displeased with these. They have a lot of excess fuzz and performed very poorly. In contrast with the superior and pleasing performance of the microfiber bonnets these are not even worth a second glance. Would not use them even if they were given away for free.