Natural Hair Polishing Pads: Car Wash Windows
These pads are best used to remove topical layers of dirt, soap scum, before polishing deeper layers. For example, when working on shower doors, its common to encounter a layer of soap scum. Natural hair pads are thick (3/4″) and made from heavy natural fibers that can scoop up the soap scum to reveal the hard water stains beneath. Therefore, its best to use a natural hair pad to remove this layer. Many professionals then use the same pad to continue polishing away the hard water stains. This can work up to a point. If the stains are hard to remove, it is necessary to switch to a steel wool pad for the last layer.
NOTE: Always start polishing with the least abrasive polishing pad possible and work your way toward more abrasive pads.
- Light Stains. White Pads
- Medium Stains. Blue Nylon Pads
- Tough Stains. Silver or Bronze super fine 4/0 Steel Wool Pads
- Soap Scum. Natural Hair
BEST USED WITH:
- Mr. Hard Water Cleaning Powder
DESIGNED FOR USE WITH:
- Mr. Hard Water PRO Glass Polishing System
- Mr. Hard Water Shower Door Polishing System
- Mr. Hard Water Deluxe Glass Polishing System
- Mr. Hard Water Drill Max Glass Polishing Adapter Kit
- Car Wash Windows
- Shower Doors
- First Layer polishing. Removes soap scum and other surface material.
- Can use both sides.
- Sticks well to hook and loop Velcro Backer Plates.
- Made from natural hair fibers
- 7 3/4″
CAUTION: Avoid Coated glass with Natural Hair Pads. When encountering coated glass always begin polishing with the least abrasive polishing pads and Liquid Glass Polish.
Mr Hard Water™ 2 Liquid Glass Polish is an alternative to cerium oxide and is comprised of 1300 nm polishing particles (50 times smaller than powder abrasives) fully suspended in deionized water, making it ready-to-use. Simply spray onto the glass or polishing pad and your ready to polish away light swirl marks, hard water stains, and light etching. Mr Hard Water™ 2 Liquid Glass Polish is an eco-friendly, all natural compound that is safe, effective, and easy-to-use. It is specifically designed for full pane glass polishing where large surfaces need to be polished. It’s also ideal for sensitive glass surfaces that react poorly to powder based cleaners. Apply by hand or with a polisher. Mr Hard Water™ 2 Liquid Glass Polish can be used with many different types of polishing pads, including steel wool, nylon, and white pads. It’s your first choice on all residential and commercial windows that are located higher up in the line of sight and viewable through direct sunshine. Mr Hard Water™ 2 Liquid Glass Polish can also be used on the second polishing pass, removing any glass defects generated by more aggressive cleaners and compounds.
- For glass surfaces sensitive to powder abrasives.
- Particle size is 50 times smaller than powder abrasives.
- Removes light swirl marks AND light etching.
- High coverage rates. Ideal for polishing large glass surfaces.
- Ready to use – no mixing required.
- Safe on metals, stone, and surrounding surfaces.
- Recommended as a second polishing pass compound.
Shake well. Test in an inconspicuous place. Do not dilute or mix. Hand Application: Apply with a soft cloth or microfiber towel and polish in a circular motion. Polishers: Spray 2- 3 squirts onto the glass. Polish on low speed. Reapply as needed until desired result is achieved. Let dry and wipe away, or rinse with water.Recommended: For best polishing results, use a steel wool polishing pad or a Nylon Liquid Polishing Pad. Each pad is designed to hold, distribute, and polish liquid glass polish.
Mr Hard Water® Protective Sealannt is a durable, easy-to-apply sealer that protects shower doors and windows from soap scum and hard water build-up. Mr Hard Water® can be safely used on glass surfaces, pool tile, mirrors, metals, tile, fiberglass, porcelain, and plastic.
Application: 1. Clean and dry the surface. 2. Spread and buff the sealant evenly across the surface using a soft cloth, sponge, microfiber towel, or sealant applicator taking care not to miss any spots. Apply two coats if necessary. 3. Let the sealer dry for three to five minutes until a haze appears. 4. Buff off the remaining haze by rinsing with a wet towel. Watch the water bead off! 5. Use a squeegee or dry cloth to remove the remaining water from the glass surface. 6. Re-apply as needed