Material: Lambswool is the primary material used for these bonnets. Lambswool is a soft, natural fiber known for its gentle polishing action and ability to deliver a high-gloss finish.
Attachment Method: Lambswool bonnets typically come with a hook and loop (Velcro) or elastic band attachment system. The attachment method allows the bonnet to be securely attached to the polisher’s backing pad.
Diameter: Lambswool bonnets come in various diameters to fit different polisher models. Common diameters include 6 inches, 7 inches, and 8 inches.
Pile Thickness: The pile thickness or density of the lambswool affects the polishing action. Thicker pile bonnets can handle more aggressive polishing, while thinner pile bonnets are better for final finishing and waxing.
Suitable Applications: Lambswool bonnets are mainly used for polishing automotive finishes, including clear coats and paint surfaces. They are also suitable for polishing and buffing other surfaces that require a soft and gentle touch.
Compatible Polishers: Lambswool bonnets are designed to be used with rotary polishers or dual-action (DA) polishers with a suitable backing pad.
Ease of Use: Lambswool bonnets are easy to use and can be quickly attached to the polisher, making them ideal for both professional detailers and DIY enthusiasts.
Gentle Polishing Action: The soft and plush nature of lambswool ensures a gentle polishing action, reducing the risk of swirl marks and holograms on the polished surface.
Durability: High-quality lambswool bonnets are durable and can be used for multiple polishing tasks with proper care and maintenance.
Maintenance: Lambswool bonnets can be cleaned and reused, extending their lifespan. Regularly cleaning the bonnets after use helps maintain their effectiveness.
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