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I'm either blind or I am lazy....OK...go with lazy


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spray with APC

 

rub it a little with your hands

 

rinse until the water coming thru is clear

 

I like to swing the pad in a downward motion to fling out the excess water

 

--OR YOU CAN--

 

put pad back on PC

 

stick pad into empty bucket

 

turn PC on to sling out loose water

 

last, leave pad out to air dry

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spray with APC

 

rub it a little with your hands

 

rinse until the water coming thru is clear

 

I like to swing the pad in a downward motion to fling out the excess water

 

--OR YOU CAN--

 

put pad back on PC

 

stick pad into empty bucket

 

turn PC on to sling out loose water

 

last, leave pad out to air dry

Thank you...I knew I read this somewhere before but couldn't find the thread....your reply is greatly appreciated........
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I use APC, rinse until clear, and spin on the PC in a bucket.

 

If your clothes dryer has a shoe drying platform, you can speed the drying process a bit by putting the pads on the platform and running the dryer for about 10-15 minutes.

 

I was doing this today and I could have a dirty pad cleaned and ready to go again in under 20 minutes.

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