Chemical Guys BUF_301_16 Polishing and Buffing Pad Conditioner (16 Ounce) with Foam and Wool Citrus-

Chemical Guys BUF_301_16 Polishing and Buffing Pad Conditioner (16 Ounce) with Foam and Wool Citrus-Based Pad Cleaner, 16 oz with BUF_900 Foam Pad Conditioning Brush


Brand Chemical Guys
Scent Citrus
Other Adult
Style_name Pad Cleaner + Pad Conditioner + Pad Brush
SKU 2985406371
Seller USADirect

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Allows your pads to become more receptive to polish by opening the foam's pores, allowing then to better absorb and utilize the product The light conditioning lubricants inside add extra surface protection by reducing dry friction while polishing Cleans, restores and prolongs the life of wool, foam, sponge and microfiber pads Contains citrus degreasing agents that breaks up oil and eliminates traces of residue Clean and recondition foam buffing pads
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Brand Chemical Guys
Scent Citrus
0 Adult
Style_name Pad Cleaner + Pad Conditioner + Pad Brush

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Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2021 3.0 out of 5 stars

I haven’t used this product yet so can’t comment on its usefulness or lack there of.What I can comment on is how I noticed all 3 bottles, each being a different product, are all the same color liquid?!Upon further inspection, the ‘ingredients’ are identical in 2 of the bottles; the 3rd bottle had no list of ingredients for me to compare.So why put the same stuff in multiple bottles and sell under the guise that its made for a different purpose?Why not have one ‘Do It All’ multipurpose bottle?Are they trying to mislead?What is this kind of marketing plot?hmmm 🤔 Read more

Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2019 4.0 out of 5 stars

I’m new to detailing and after lots of time researching detailing I decided to give it a try. just my luck the first thing I started detailing on last week was my 1989 ford van in hopes to restore it. Im using griots fast correcting cream with microfiber pads which worked very well to remove the severely defected paint. Had to do small 1’x1’ sections because the paint is so soft it would clog up the microfiber pad super fast. Microfiber need to be clean more frequently than foam in order to work well or the performance can be drastically reduced. I moved on to meguire m205 polish because it’s affordable. This is where the issues started. No matter what I would do, the m205 would dry up and be nearly impossible to take off without an IPA solution. I tried everything from using less product, using more product, printing pad with product before use, changing DA speeds and pressures. No matter what variables I changed after just one pass in a small section it would dry up. Thought I’d mention I was working out of direct sunlight in 70 degree weather. Anyways, after doing more research I learned what sticky soft paint is the hard way. So I used water to spritz the pad and and area to get a longer working time. The amount of water that was needed to actually allow me do do 3 passes successfully with m205 was so much water that it took forever to wipe of excess moisture with a microfiber towel. Plus my microfiber towel was now slightly damp from cleaning the product and water which is not efficient in the long run as it makes the future panels wet . Plus I have to constantly change towels. I needed a better way so I went with meguries detailing spray and it helped a it better cause it has a slight lubrication feel between the fingers. At the same time I pulled the trigger on ordering the chemical guys pad conditioner a bit skeptical as I read on forums that pad conditioner is just a rebranded typical detailing spray and a waste of money. I received the conditioner today and there is a noticeable difference in lubrication when I rub the pad conditioner liquid between my fingers compared to the meguire detailing spray. Would I recommend the pad conditioning spray? Yes I would if u have very difficult sticky paint that needs that extra lubrication to give products like m205 (or m105) longer working time. If u have hard paint I recommend using just a spritz or two of water or meguires detailing spray and u will be just fine. Read more

Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2018 5.0 out of 5 stars

This product is a must-have for polishing/compounding. As I gain more experience and as mistakes were made, I now appreciate the concept of priming the pad. Water does not work as a primer. It might seem like it does but all its really doing is diluting your compound for very minimal increases lubrication.To do an average sized sedan, you should use maybe 1/8th or less of the bottle in 80 degree heat, low humidity.The greatest part is that it somehow removes residual compound from the paint after buffing, so you can use this as a cleaner to get rid of the extra compound stuck on the paint to prevent it from drying fast.For best results, prime the pad by working the compound into the pad and spray a couple sprays of this while doing so. In between buffing applications spray one or two squirts as needed. Gets the results I needed! Read more

Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2021 1.0 out of 5 stars

Apparently Chemical guys have gotten to big to give a care about the individual customer. I purchased maxcoat & wheel guard. I wanted to know which product I should use first , how many coats of each are recommended & how much time between coats . I sent an email directly through their website asking those 3 simple questions. When sending an email directly through their website it tells you you'll get a response 24 to 48 hours and often sooner. I gave this first email 7 days . I then sent the same questions again also mentioning my previous email being unanswered. I then got a half butt response within 2 days. Rather than actually answering my 3 simple questions I was given a link to a video with verbatim off the label on how to use ONE of the products. I had absolutely no problem reading the labels I'm not the idiot they must think I am . The questions I had were not in the instructions. There WERE several Chemical guys product that I did use regularly & promoted as well but what the responder of my email fails to understand is that there are way too many competitors out there & they should treat any customer or potential customers with a bit more respect & dignity than what I feel I received. Sorry Chemical guys but I'll be switching vendors from here on in . Read more

Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2021 5.0 out of 5 stars

Excellent product - Worked well! Bought to try and remove couple of scuff marks apparently from a car wash. Scuffed marks were on both sides of truck - also purchased the companion Chemical Guys Polishing Pad Conditioner- strongly suggest both as was very easy to use and an old model dual action buffing / polisher worked terrific... needs no heavy pressure when buffing!!About 15 minutes each side and scuffs virtually gone - maybe needs just bit more work to totally remove - but looks great! Added a coat of Zymol wax & looks brand new! Neighbor had a deep scratch worked on his & got his about 80% better the deepest part of scratch was slightly visible but made the rest almost invisible without a very hard look in the previously damaged area.Works as advertised! Video on YouTube was helpful just scan code on back of Scratch & Swirl Remover bottle! Very Happy Buyer! Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 6, 2019 5.0 out of 5 stars

Like all Chemical Guys products, this doesn't dissapoint. Cleaned up well used several pads with this stuff and they looked like new afterwards. Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 14, 2019 5.0 out of 5 stars

Using this product whilst using a machine polisher between cleaning the pad. Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 21, 2019 4.0 out of 5 stars

I didnt really feel the full effect of the conditioner however there was no dust buildup on the first few passes with this applied and there were no adverse effects Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 29, 2020 5.0 out of 5 stars

Does what it's suppose to do 👍🏻 Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 17, 2019 5.0 out of 5 stars

Excellent Read more

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