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    What machine for spider pads?

    I assume they can be pretty much used with any machine, but specifically regarding the NEO honey spider pad, is there a particular method/machine that they work best with or were designed for?

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    Used them on my Flex 3401 and Scholl's S20...
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    Quote Originally Posted by fdresq4 View Post
    Used them on my Flex 3401 and Scholl's S20...
    Perhaps I have that incompetence thing going on, but I just can not get a good finish with them on my Flex. Part of the reason I asked I guess. The work well on my rotary once a bit of heat he's worked into them, but my preference is to do the final polishing with a RO or DA machine because I'm paranoid of swirls.

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    I love them with my Rupes MkII 15. I have used the Blue spider pad with S3 Gold XXL and with S20 Black for great results.

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    I use it with DAS6 pro

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    I also used it with Rupes MkII 15. and it gives est yourdetail results always.
    Last edited by chrismag; 04-21-2021 at 04:53 PM.

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    @chrismag, not to criticize your web-site, but you need someone to go over the spelling and grammar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    @chrismag, not to criticize your web-site, but you need someone to go over the spelling and grammar.
    I use Grammarly add-in for Chrome (free version). It seems to work pretty well.
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...bkghlhen?hl=en

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