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Autogeek System 2000 Pad Washer for Rotary Polishers

<font color=red>Autogeek </font>System 2000 Pad Washer for Rotary PolishersClean soiled foam pads without the mess! The System 2000 Pad Washer is a completely enclosed pad washing system that cleans and dries used polishing pads.

Have you got a pile of dirty foam pads and no way to clean them? Autogeek’s System 2000 Pad Washer is a revolutionary pad-cleaning unit that cleans and dries pads while they’re attached to the polisher. The entire process takes place inside a five gallon bucket so there’s no mess. It’s a totally hands-off process that leaves your foam and wool pads completely clean!

The Autogeek System 2000 Pad Washer consists of 9 separate agitator wheels powered by the buffer. Each wheel has teeth that massage the pad to release polishes and waxes from the foam as the pad orbits on the buffer. The agitator is housed inside a 5 gallon bucket. The bucket is topped with a specialized lid with two covers that close around the buffer to keep the sling-off inside the bucket.

The Autogeek System 2000 works with a combination of agitation and detergent. The unit comes with a packet of Snappy Clean pad cleaning powder. This strong citrus cleaner helps break down polishes so the agitator wheels can better extract them from the foam. The agitator wheels do all the work. You just hold the polisher. You’ll not only have clean pads, you’ll have clean hands!

Once you’ve washed the pad, simply tilt the machine so the pad is out of the water. Continue running the polisher to remove the excess water. All the sling-off is contained within the bucket so there’s no mess!

The Autogeek System 2000 Pad Washer is comprised of 3 parts:

Main Agitator Housing – this sits inside the bucket and houses the 9 agitator wheels. You can adjust the height of the housing to suit your polisher by removing the three adjustable screws from the legs and replacing them at the desired height. The agitator housing is factory-set at 3 inches below the lid opening.

Lid with Closable Covers – Swing the covers open to insert the pad (while attached to the buffer). Close the covers to keep sling-off from the pad inside the bucket. At the bottom of the lid’s opening is a cradle for the polisher. Rest the polisher on this cradle when drying the pad. The lid itself is held on the bucket with two housing clamps. To remove the lid, push the clamps out and lift the lid off (avoid lifting the lid by the clamps.)

5 Gallon Bucket – the entire cleaning process is contained within the bucket to keep your garage, and your freshly detailed vehicle, clean.

  1. Pour approximately 1 ounce of pad cleaning powder into the bucket and fill it with 3-4 gallons of water. The amount of water may vary according to the height of the pad cleaning plate. The water level should be about 3-4 inches below the top of the pad cleaning plate. The gray pump wheel shown in the picture brings water up to the pad. Reattach the lid.
  2. Place the used pad (while attached to the polisher) in the opening in the lid. Close the lid covers.
  3. Operate the polisher at a low speed while holding the pad flat against the pad cleaning plate. Set your rotary polisher to a maximum speed of 1500 to 2000 RPM. Slowly rotate the polisher as it runs.
  4. To dry the pad, lift the pad so that it’s not resting on the agitator wheels.
  5. Rest the polisher’s belly on the cradle on the lid. Tilt the pad slightly so it’s not touching the pad cleaning plate.
  6. Continue running the buffer for 15 seconds.
  7. Stop the buffer before opening the covers. The pad should only be slightly damp. A few minutes in the sun will completely dry the pad.

To empty the bucket, push out the clamps on each side of the lid. Lift the lid off. The housing can be removed by grabbing the triangular holes and lifting up. Rinse the bucket and the housing in clean water.

The Autogeek System 2000 Pad Washer works best with a rotary (circular) polisher. It accommodates any size pad and any brand of polisher. Clean all your foam, wool, and double-sided pads with this system.

The Autogeek System 2000 works with the motion of your polisher. The pad washer itself requires no power or additional water supply.

Cleaning your foam and wool pads with the Autogeek System 2000 eliminates hand-scrubbing and spurring. The massaging action of the agitator wheels cleans, softens, and rejuvenates the pad pile. Save time and replace pads less often!

When you need more pad cleaning detergent, get the 16 oz. jar of McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Rejuvenator. It cleans pads with an intense citrus agent that unlocks caked polishes and waxes. This concentrated powder is water soluble and biodegradable. A scoop is included.

Clean and dry polishing pads with the Autogeek System 2000 Pad Washer. It uses the motion of your polisher combined with the action of 9 agitator wheels to extract products from deep within foam and wool pads. Spin dry the pads within the enclosed bucket and you’re done! You’ll have a stack of clean pads ready and waiting for your next detail session.

Manufactured by Lake Country.

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Click on the picture for a 3 minute reel time demonstration of the System 2000 Pad Washer.


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