Backer Pad

$52.95$69.95

These aren’t just any backer pads. Featuring a center water feed hole and self-leveling flexibility, Gforce Backer Pads allow you to remove scratches quickly and easily using the Gforce scratch removal system.

Available in three sizes.

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Gforce Backer Pads are designed specifically to work with all Gforce scratch removal systems. They are compatible with both Polishing Disks and Microforce Disks.

Water Feed Hole: All sizes include a center water feed hole. This allows for water to flow on-demand when using Gforce systems with a built-in water feed (including the Max). If your Gforce system does not have a built-in water feed, the center hole will not cause issues.

Self-leveling: Gforce Backer Pads are made of a thick, cushioned material that makes it easy to run the disk flat on the glass. This feature relieves fatigue and reduces the learning curve. With Gforce Backer Pads, even beginners can keep the disk flat on the glass.

Three Sizes Available

  • 2-inch: Ideal for most damage
  • 3-inch: Ideal for hard-to-reach areas, mirrors, and for removing clusters of scratches
  • 5-inch: Ideal for resurfacing large damaged areas, including graffiti

 

Note: Photos shown are for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary due to product enhancements and adjustments.

To use a Gforce Backer Pad, screw it into the nose of your Gforce tool. Hand-tighten it until it is secure.

Polishing Disks and Microforce Disks can attach directly to the hook-and-loop side of the Backer Pad.

Training Videos

Scratch Removal in 60 Seconds

Basic Technique Scratch Training

Quick Start Scratch Training

Meet the Max

How to Remove a Scratch

Step One

Apply Polishing Compound

Apply Polishing Compound to the Polishing Disk.

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How to Remove a Scratch

Step Two

Press the Disk Against the Glass

While gripping the Max, press the disk flat against the glass on the scratch.

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How to Remove a Scratch

Step Three

Run the Max

Using medium pressure, run the Max back and forth along the length of the scratch.

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Step Four

Add Water as Needed

Maintain a milky consistency on the glass by releasing water with the built-in water feed system.

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Step Five

Clean the Glass

Once the scratch is removed, use water and paper towels to clean the glass.

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Max Demo

See It in Action

Most scratches can be removed in just minutes.

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Products Used:

Gforce Max Kit

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