Scholl Concepts Wool Pads
Scholl Concepts’ foam and wool pads are constructed using the most advanced manufacturing methods available in the pad industry. Using a Scholl Concepts foam or wool pad with your Scholl Concepts polishing compound enables you to get the maximum amount of cut while ensuring that a high-gloss, swirl-free finish is left behind.
Scholl Concepts Wool Pads are available in 135 mm (5.3 inches) and 170 mm (6.7 inches). They are designed to attach to a hook and loop backing plate (rotary or dual action).
|Premium SOFTouch Top Wool Compounding Pad (Heavy Cut)
This pad is designed to deliver the maximum amount of cut, making the removal of severe paint imperfections effortless. Use this pad to remove heavy swirl marks, oxidation, scratches, bird etchings, acid rain and more. The Premium SOFTouch features a foam interface sandwiched between the wool fibers and the backing plate material, enabling it to conform to curved surfaces. Use this pad with Scholl Concepts S3 Gold Edition High Performance Compound. Following up with the Orange Polishing Foam Pad will create a mirror finish.
SOFTouch Top Wool Compounding Pad (Medium Cut)
|Premium Lambswool Pad (Fine Cut)
This pad is designed to eliminate defects while removing as little paint as possible. Use this pad to remove swirl marks, oxidation, scratches, bird etchings, acid rain and more. Constructed of the finest knitted lambswool, the Premium Lambswool Pad provides an ample amount of cut while creating minimal haze. Use this pad with Scholl Concepts S3 Gold Edition High Performance Compound. Following up with the Orange Polishing Foam Pad will create a mirror finish.
Scholl Concepts Wool Pads are manufactured in Germany.
Scholl Concepts wool pads need to be properly cared for to ensure maximum operating life. Clean your pad often with a Lake Country Wool Pad Spur to remove spent polish, oxidized paint and other embedded contaminants that were removed from the paint during the polishing process. When you’re finished using the pads for the day, soak them in a bucket of warm water and mix in one ounce of Detailer’s Polishing Pad Rejuvenator. This citrus-based degreaser removes caked on polish and wax residue, leaving your pads clean and ready for future polishing sessions. After they’ve soaked for 15 to 20 minutes, thoroughly rinse them out and allow them to air dry in a well ventilated area with the backing material facing up.