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4for7

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Longetivity of a Trizact pad?
« on: November 13, 2020, 02:41:02 PM »
I have used the strip Trizact 5000 and 3000 with the thin foam backing. I have used a 5000 Trizact disc with the foam backing.
I am very happy with the ease of use and the results of the product. Maybe I am using it incorrectly though as the 5000 Trizact disc about 8 bucks lasted just long enough to do the top and bottom sides of a storm snaplock and barely a single side of a Destiny Hybrid. The results were eye popping, balls like NEW OOB appearance wise.
An older post in this forum alluded to getting MANY balls treated with a single disc... How???? Yes I do moderately spray the pad with water and refresh it often when using it. I use it by hand with just hand weight in cirdular motions around the surface of the ball. Doing A side (1) then the next (2) and going back with a foam pad to get rid of any haze.
Please suggest to me how to make these pads do several balls over many months of time as mentioned in the post.
Thanks 4for7