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Dodo Juice 6" Fin Cut Heavy Cutting Pad

Dodo Juice 6" Fin Cut Heavy Cutting Pad


A revolutionary new pad design from Dodo Juice.

The Dodo Juice Fin Cut pad design not only runs cooler and slings less, it allows for a more consistent cut across the whole face of the pad. A great step on from the ever popular 'waffle' design.

Not only do the new Fin pad look great, but the design actually works! Compared to a normal 'flat' pad, these new Fin pads increase the working surface area.

The Supernatural Heavy polishing pad is great step on from the popular 'Waffle' design, as fin Cut pads can run cooler, sling less, and allow for a more consistent cut across the whole face of the pad. This 150mm heavy polishing pad is made from a firm open cell foam for increased cut on medium and hard paints.The diameter of the pad is 150mm for working on bigger areas.

1x 150mm pad

It is rare for a truly revolutionary product to come about in a detailing sector, but these new 'Fin Cut' or 'Fin Face' polishing pads are really something special. They're so unusual they've even been patented!

Waffle foam is a classic, for sure, and hex pads have a lot of fans... but this new design takes finishing, polishing and cutting pads to the next level, with deep groove 'blades and channels' cut into the pad in a chequerplate pattern. Deep channels mean less sling and cooler face temperatures, but the real advantage is the consistency of cut. Whereas plain pads tend to focus the cut in the centre of the pad, these Fin Cut pads allow polishing across (potentially) the whole area... a much wider and consistent cut than you'd normally see, especially with rotary polishers.

This shows the cut on Tornado Red solid paint (no clearcoat) on a Mk2 Golf GTi. We used a solid paint so you could see the pigment transfer from the paint more easily. Enhanced, the pic shows how the cut isn't just focused in the centre of the pad, or maybe on the very edge, but more widely spread across the centre with no particular 'hot spots'.

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How many times does a new pad design come out with no testing or verification behind it? We won't put our name to something that doesn't offer a tangible advantage or benefit compared to other pads. We love waffle pads, of course, and will still sell these and flat faced pads. But the 'fin' design is interesting to say the least.