Just thought I should say a few words
Ok, Two years ago we saw the Cheetah Pads in action and quite frankly we weren’t convinced. After all, we already had a really fast grinding and polishing system !
But Dana Kothrade (Cheetah Pad Inventor) has spent the last 2 years gathering feedback, data, opinions and ideas from people he knows around the world and has totally redesigned the Cheetah Pad System.
He has now collectively engineered, designed and built what we consider to be hands down, the most advanced, effective, efficient, versatile and user friendly system for Stone Restoration ever created
Sometimes you just have to your hands up and say WOW! This is it! He’s done it! and you just have to be part of it.
There hasn’t been any official announcement yet and sales are already through the roof in the USA & UK Markets. Experience stone professionals are being blown away by the NEW Cheetah Puck Systems capability. I promise, you're mind is going to blown away by this simple two- step process, using the Cheetah Pucks and our Monster Polishing Powder. The Stone World is never going to be the same again!
The All New Step 2 Cheetah Puck disc can remove very significant damage and severe etching but in just one step, it will leave the surface super smooth and it takes very little polishing compound, water & 11000 grit monkey pad and time to get an extremely high gloss finish with unbelievable clarity.
Include the Step 1 Cheetah Puck and that’s just three steps from lippage removal, to full polish on most marbles. Unbelievable? Not Anymore!!!
Dana is a crazy guy and has so much more amazing stuff coming real soon, i'm really looking forward to working with him and bringing his passion for stone floor restoration to you all.
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I am interested to know about the Cheetahs specifically. I tried the monkey pads in the past and was not impressed. They seemed very non aggressive and I don't use them now, prefer my Spinflex pads from CPS.
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On 15/08/2013, at 12:30 AM, propartner ken <email@example.com> wrote:the 200 grit monkey pad in a shower were a dismal disappointment they did not have any value in that experience so backthey are more like an 8 inch puck to me.pads 200,400,800,1500,3000,8000,11000 and also the full set of 8 inch cheetah padsi had coming up so i spent about 600 buck purchasing the full set of eight inch monkeydecided to try some of DANA,S monkey pads and cheetah pads/pucks on a projectand all the MARKETING HYPE about this stuff. back in january or december i fianallyKen De MelisI have to chime in on all the conversations about monkey pads and cheetah pucks
on the shelf in the trailer it went.same shower 8 inch cheetah puck this did resurface the wall and i went thru the whole set to see the results and it was just ok.
but when i used a regular 200,400,800.1800 grit 8 inch turbo diamond pad from stone care central that cost me only 25 bucks each
i got a faster result and a better looking finish on the same travertine showeri have had some jobs where the monkey and or twister pads have been ok to use and got the desired results always a honed only or a high hone only finish they are in my opinion only good for that type of finish because they lack the CLARITY and REFLECTION that true professionals require of polish stone work.. why anyone thinks the cheetah pads a the second coming of easy better faster is certainly not what i experience in any of my testing results and i don't appreciate DANA coming on to HYPE product that is no better than what we have all used in the past. has anyone noticed the new pucks look more and more like resins mounted to a 3 m pad. i velcro 3 inch
diamonds to hogs hair pads all the time and it works great to ride over lippage too. why spend more money for a poorer quality outcomesince they are on generation 22 or 24 i must have generation 12 since i bought them 7 or 8 months ago. so DANA i challenge you to
replace these pads with your new stuff and i will honestly test them and report unbiased results back to the pros.Ken De MelisMarble Perfect617-699-4509 MA603-393-2776 NH, MEOn Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 9:42 PM, Mike Marsoun <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yeah! I'd love to know also. Thanks John. (he might still be away).
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On 13/08/2013, at 10:58 AM, stuart rosen <email@example.com> wrote:Any news on the cheetah pucks?