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""Spurs" - Tool for removing wax or compounding from buffer pad"
I have seen a tool used by a professional boat refinisher. She called it a "spurs". A handtool of small toothed wheels that spin when applied to a rotating buffing pad. The purpose is to remove the accumlated wax or compounding from a buffing pad.
What is the proper name of this tool and where are they generally sold?
Jonathan Caldwell hobbyist - Stratham, New Hampshire ^
Spur or rake is probably correct but should be available anywhere you are buying your detailing supplies.
Dave Barr Alloy Polishing Co. - Centralia, Washington, U.S. ^
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