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Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer

Restore your foam and wool pads with this clean-rinsing detergent!

Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer is a concentrated pad cleanser that cleans and restores foam and wool buffing pads. In 15 minutes, your soiled buffing pads are clean and ready to use again. The citrus formula eliminates oily compounds and polishes trapped within the pads, and it rinses clean.

Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer can extend the life of your pads! Wool pads can become caked and matted with polish. Foam pads become stiff and hard. Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer soaks into the fibers of wool and the pores of foam to release caked on car care products. Once the foam’s pores are unlocked, foam pads feel suppler and are better able to conform to the curves of your vehicle. Wool pads regain their polishing ability. Wolfgang Polishing Pad Rejuvenator can save pads that you might otherwise throw away. Saving pads saves you money. It just makes cents.

Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer cleans and restores polishing pads.Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer is a citrus concentrate that dissolves in water to create a powerful cleanser. This is not a soap! Soap leaves a residue. Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer rinses completely clean. Its safe on foam and wool, and it doesn’t alter the texture of the pads. Your buffing pads will be as good as new!

This remarkable product comes packaged in a re-sealable plastic bag. Whatever your pad cleaning regimen may be, this 8 oz. bag will last and last. Just one scoop of Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer makes 3-4 gallons of fast-acting pad cleaner.

The best part is, you can drop the soiled pads in a mixture of Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer and water, and leave them. The cleanser instantly starts breaking up oily deposits within the foam and wool without requiring you to scrub. Let the pads soak for up to 15 minutes and rinse. For heavily soiled pads or dry pads, you may need to agitate with a Foam Pad Reconditioning Brush.

 

Directions:

Before you begin detailing your vehicle, mix up a batch of Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer. As you use pads, toss them directly into the bucket of pad cleaner. The polish won’t have a chance to dry on the pad.

16 oz.

Wolfgang Pad Werks Polishing Pad Revitalizer

Our Price: $24.99
Item ID: WG-4200
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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50% Recommend this product (3 of 6 responses)
By Hank
clearwater,FL
October 17, 2016
Does the job!!!
Easy to use with a measuring scoop and the product leaves tour pads ready to reuse!
ProsComes with measuring scoop for accurate use- less waste and overuse!
Cons
By GB Packer Fan
Rockledge FL
July 9, 2016
Does what it's supposed to do
Throw a little in a bucket with some water and your pads in after using. Rinse off and they're clean. This product works!
By RML
Greensboro, NC
May 13, 2016
Stupid strong.
One scoop and you're golden. Watch freshly used pads and towels spew polish and wax from themselves. It was glorious. I had an old used pad lying around, never cleaned it for some reason. Had dried polish on it. Evidently it was so saturated with polish the detergent ate the entire pad apart. Chunks of pad floating everywhere. Just a fyi.
ProsWorks Well priced IMO
ConsKinda stinks.
By Mr. Sparkle Detailing
December 21, 2011
better than APC
I typically use APC to clean pads which works well. Soaking in the wolfgang rejuvenator is better. It lifted out poorboys PwS from a white pad which APC could not accomplish.
By Robby Gaines
November 10, 2010
This stuff works
I bought a Makita polisher and it came with some extra polishing pads and a bag of this. I gave it a try on a old pad. I was amazed at how well it cleaned the old pad. I used 1oz in a gallon of water.
By Justin - part time detailer full time enthusiast
April 29, 2007
Gets the gunk out
one of my favorite pad cleaners...just drop your pads and let em soak..rinse off and they are clean...you can feel how strong the soap is when you dip your hand into the water...very slick and soapy...