Announcing Newly-Designed TurboBuff All-Purpose Buffing Pads for 2021
TurboBuff buffing pads have been redesigned to make them even better! Originally designed and developed by a team of automotive and aircraft restoration specialists, the goal was to address the significant shortcomings of other pads available on the market. Now a new custom-made foam has been introduced that allows the pad to operate as both a an all-purpose polishing AND compound pad! And they're also now available in an assortment of sizes ranging from 2-inch to 8-inch.
The key design feature that makes TurboBuff stand out from all other pads is its unique fins combined with a custom-designed micro closed-cell foam.
► Fins force air movement, reducing potential paint burning (see chart)
► Fins direct compound to center of pad, thus reducing wasteful slinging
► Micro Foam deflection force and density allow pads to do any compound, polish, or sealant application.
► Uses 1/4th the compound of other buffing pads from less absorption
► Fins allow buffing pad to conform to auto body contours
► Eliminates the need of taping edge, handles, and other areas from flexibility of fins
► Allows buffing right up to a body edge or seam
► Runs flat on the surface with no dishing effect, increasing efficiency
► Reduces operator fatigue by requiring less effort and buffing time
► Designed for use with both rotary and orbital buffers
► Pad lasts 3X longer due to reduce operating temps and thicker foam
*These are actual °F temperature test readings taken after 3 minutes of buffing a 12”x18” area. The buffer ran at 1500 RPM with each buffing pad type receiving the same initial amounts of water, compound & type. (see chart below)
1939 Chevy buffed out by Roger Ferris of Showcar Specialist using our TurboBuff Compounding Pad after 1500 grit wet sand. Featured in the October 2014 issue of "Full Throttle" magazine.
U.S. Patent Pending