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lilskel
09-07-2006, 01:00 PM
I just got a PC 7336 I think it is..I got 2 microfiber bonnets..do I put these on right over the black rubber backing plate!?!

I am planning on applying the wax with the foam pad and then removing with the microfiber bonnets

dboy11
09-07-2006, 01:13 PM
I just got a PC 7336 I think it is..I got 2 microfiber bonnets..do I put these on right over the black rubber backing plate!?!

I am planning on applying the wax with the foam pad and then removing with the microfiber bonnets

is there a Velcro backing plate on this unit? also the micro fiber bonnets have Velcro?

Cliff
09-07-2006, 01:24 PM
I just got a PC 7336 I think it is..I got 2 microfiber bonnets..do I put these on right over the black rubber backing plate!?!

I am planning on applying the wax with the foam pad and then removing with the microfiber bonnets

No, put them over a clean, dry foam pad.

lilskel
09-07-2006, 01:46 PM
No velcro backing..just the foam pad that came with the PC..Can I use the foam pad to apply then cover it with the microfiber bonnet to buff off? Will 2 bonnets be fine to buff the whole car??

PS..Just turned on the PC, that thing is NUTS!!!!!!!!!!! I didn't know it was that fast and feels like it will give me arthritis or something from its vibrations

Cliff
09-07-2006, 02:40 PM
No velcro backing..just the foam pad that came with the PC..Can I use the foam pad to apply then cover it with the microfiber bonnet to buff off? Will 2 bonnets be fine to buff the whole car??

PS..Just turned on the PC, that thing is NUTS!!!!!!!!!!! I didn't know it was that fast and feels like it will give me arthritis or something from its vibrations

You'll want to buy a flexible velcro backing plate and some foam pads to use with your PCROB. You can find examples of these products here (http://www.properautocare.com/porcabpolac.html): backing plates (http://www.properautocare.com/flbaplfordup.html) and pads (http://www.properautocare.com/hi612infopaa.html).

Here's a link to a good discussion of the care and feeding of a random orbital polisher: http://forums.roadfly.com/forums/detailing/forum.php?postid=1430487&page=1