McKee's 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner - 473ml

$24.95

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An intense cleaner for all your foam, microfibre and wool pads in a convenient spray bottle.

Clean pads produce better results, are less likely to mar, and last longer. There is absolutely no downside to cleaning buffing pads and reusing them! McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner is a penetrating cleaner that releases products from foam, microfibre and wool polishing pads, and refreshes the texture of the pad. You’ll get more mileage out of your pads and spend less time cleaning them!

McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner is an intense cleaner formulated specifically for foam, microfibre and wool pads that are laden with car care products. To understand how this cleaner works, you’ve got to take a look deep inside the foam, where products accumulate during the detailing process:

Polishes, swirl removers, and compounds all contain oils that serve as lubricants. They have to – otherwise you’d be polishing with a dry pad! If there’s one thing we know about oils it’s that they’re, well, oily. They leave a residue. Even if you rinse the pad immediately after using it, the oily residue remains because oil repels water and vice versa. To truly clean the pad, you have to use a degreasing cleaner.

McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner contains a strong degreasing agent that breaks up oil and eliminates every last trace of residue. Soap (as in dish soap) can leave a residue of its own, so there is no soap in this cleaner.

Think of the inside of a foam pad as a series of interlocking rooms. McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner powers through these chambers in a way the water or soapy water can’t accomplish. When it encounters a roadblock, it breaks through, flooding the foam with oil-dissolving cleaner. When you rinse the pad, the cleaner is flushed out of the pores, leaving the pad clean, fresh and rejuvenated.

Wool pads are a unique cleaning challenge, but McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner can handle it. Polishes can stick the wool’s fibers together like glue. McKee’s 37 Pad Cleaner eradicates the oily bond holding the fibers together so the wool bounces back to life once dry.

McKee’s 37 is dedicated to preserving your vehicle and the environment. McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner is VOC compliant under the guidelines for an all purpose cleaner.

McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner is ready to use in a convenient spray bottle. Each time you change pads as you polish, mist the used pad thoroughly with McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner and set the pad aside. The cleaner will prevent products from drying out and caking in the pad as you work on your vehicle. Once you’re done detailing, scrub the pre-soaked pads with a foam conditioning brush. Rinse them in running water to completely remove residues. For the best results, clean the pads right away.

McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner can even breathe new life into old pads. Dried, caked products are no match for the intense cleaner. Spray the pad thoroughly and let it soak in for several seconds. Use a Foam Pad Conditioning Brush to agitate the pad. Rinse well. Repeat this process if necessary.

McKee’s 37 Polishing Pad Cleaner brings foam and lambswool pads back to life with penetrating cleaning agents and degreasers. This is the only cleaner you need to unlock stubborn residues and rejuvenate the pad texture. Spray it on and the polish is gone!

 


Who is Ultra Fine Car Care ?
 
We are motoring enthusiasts with a vision to provide high quality car care products at the best possible prices.

 

Why don’t you stock many Brands ?
 
Unlike many other shops offering every brand available, we are only interested in supplying “best of breed” products that have received our endorsement after comprehensive testing.

 

Why purchase from Ultra Fine Car Care ?
  • We guarantee the most competitive pricing for premium Brands. If you happen to find it cheaper, we will beat it !
  • We strive to provide personalised customer service and care, no question is too hard for us.
  • We are motoring enthusiasts just like you, we have a passion and understand the needs of fastidious owners. We get it !


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Car Care General Questions and Professional Advice

Q1. When I notice a small or large amount of bird droppings on my paint work, which has pretty much dried up. Is it ok just to rub it off by hand or with a dry cloth?
 
Ans: with relation to dry or wet bird droppings on paint work, regardless if the car has just been washed or not, we recommend that you do the following:
 
1. Hose off the bird droppings without coming in contact with it by hand, and ensure all or most of the droppings have been watered off.
2. Apply some ValetPRO wash to a clean wash mitt or sponge.
3. Carefully dab the bird droppings area and NOT just rub it hard, until all of the droppings have gone.
4. Dry the area with a chamois followed by drying it with a waffle towel.
5. In most cases, depending on how hot or long the bird have been dried into the paint work, it could leave a stain into the paint, if this is the case then apply a pre-wax coat by SwissVax or RaceGlaze by doing the following:
 
These next steps should be done in the shade and when the paint is cool.
 
A. Take a cotton applicator and apply around a 50cent amount of the pre-wax liquid and rub in into the affected area using a little force (you should notice the staining slowly disappear.
B. Without letting the pre-wax liquid dry and using a cotton towel, wipe the area.
C. Buff the affected area with a Micro Fibre towel.
 
If the affected area is still stained, then it may need careful machining (buffing) to be applied.
 
Q2. Is it safe to wash my vehicle while the paint work is hot and also washed under direct sunlight?


Ans:  The simple answer is NO, and the reason being is that you do not want to wash your vehicle whilst the paint work is warm/hot due to the water or the suds from the wash formula at any point drying into the paint work and hence staining the paint, which will then create more work for yourself.


Q3. I have just purchased a vehicle (new or second hand), and I have been told the owner/dealership have detailed it prior to my purchase. Is it still necessary to give it a full detail and if so what are the best steps to ensure the maximum gains from the detail?


Ans: This really is a trust factor and to be honest if you were not physically there whilst the experienced detailer was working on your vehicle, then our suggestion would be to give it the full 4 stage detail, which is as follows: (Ensure the car is in a cool shade place prior to proceeding)

  1. Wash and Drying process:
Wash the car with either a ValetPRO wash product (using a ValetPRO wash sponge)  and then dry the car thoroughly (using a ValetPRO drying towel). Note: When washing a vehicle – only wash a small area at one time and then hosing it off, i.e. Apply the soap to 1-2 panels at any time before hosing it off as this will keep the risk of any suds drying) – We normally suggest beginning with the larger panels first, ie. Roof, bonnet, boot, and then door panels, and lastly front and rear bumpers. Also Always use the left to right motion NOT circular using the wash mitt/sponge. We suggest using a separate wash bucket and sponge for the side panels and lower areas of the vehicle as these are guaranteed to collect more dirt and you really don’t want to mix this into your cleaner panels or suds.
 
  1. Claying Process:

Using a ValetPRO Clay kit (Clay bar and Cirtus Bling), go over the paint work thoroughly by lubricating a small area (1 panel at a time) and directly applying the clay bar over the Citrus Bling Note: Ensure you have shaken the bottle well and sprayed a generous proportion of the lubricant, so that you are not leaving any areas dry which could run the risk of slight clay markings on the paint work) (Always use the left to right motion NOT circular) Also – Ensure that every time you have completed claying 1 panel, take notice of the clay – you will notice it getting a brown/dark brown colour – this is the contaminants it is cleaning from your paint work. If the clay seems to get quite brown after every 2 panels, ensure you keep kneading the clay so that you are always using a cleaner side of the clay. 

After you have completed each panel, ensure you have a cotton terry towel to wipe down any excess lubricant from the paintwork, so it is left in a dry state. Once all of the panels on the vehicle are completed, leave the vehicle to sit for about 30 to 60mins.
 

  1. Pre-wax/Paint Cleanse process:

By using a cotton applicator and either a VaeltPRO Pre-wax/paint cleanser product (Purple Passion), shake the bottle well and then apply a generous portion onto the applicator (possibly around half a palm size amount), then begin with medium to hard pressure -Note – Always use the left to right motion NOT the circular motion when applying. Ensure that you do not let the cleanse product dry, by then using a terry cotton towel to rub it off, followed by buffing it to shine using a Micro Fibre towel. Let the car sit for 30mins
 

  1. Waxing process:

By using a foam wax applicator (unless you are using a high performance wax, i.e. SwissVax Mystery or RaceGlaze Black Label Concourse where you are able to apply the wax directly into the palm of your hand and directly onto the paint work, once you have rubbed your palms together in order to warm the wax for best results) apply an amount where you can just see the wax covering approx ½ a circle of the foam applicator. With a nice soft to medium pressure apply the wax with the applicator onto the paintwork, once again we suggest that you only wax a small area at a time (a maximum of half a bonnet), Note – Always use the left to right motion NOT the circular motion when applying. Ensure that you do not let the cleanse product dry, by then using a terry cotton towel to rub it off, followed by buffing it to shine using a Micro Fibre towel.

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