With a Dual Action Polisher - Apply 3-4 quarter sized drops of 205 and evenly spread on the pad to prime it. When initially priming the pad, or using 205 to cut, load up the pad with additional polish. Set the machine to a low speed (2-3) and spread product over a 2' x 2' section using light pressure. Once 205 has been spread, increase machine speed to between 4-6 and work product making 2-4 overlapping passes using appropriate pressure for the paint type. Reducing pressure with each pass will help with soft, finicky paints. Subsequent sections only need 2 small drops of 205 on the pad once it has been primed.With a Rotary Polisher - Apply 3-4 quarter sized drops of 205 and evenly spread on the pad to prime it. Set the machine to a low speed (800-1000 rpm) and spread product over a 2' x 2' section using light pressure. Once 205 has been spread, slowly increase speed (1200-1500 rpm) work product making 2-4 overlapping passes. As 205 turns clear you have finished that section. Make sure to clean the pad and reapply two small drops to polish subsequent panels.
Buff and Shine Uro-Tec Yellow Polishing Pad - The ideal choice for a well-rounded polishing pad. It has enough cut to remove defects and compounding swirls while finishing down on most paint types. Available sizes: 1 inch, 2 inch, 3 inch, 6 inch and 7 inch.Meguiar's DA Foam Polishing Disc - An alternative to the B&S Uro-Tec, this thin polishing pad works more efficiently when paired with a free spinning DA polisher with an 8 mm throw. Available sizes: 5 inch and 6 inch available individually or in a 6-pack case.Meguiar's DA Foam Cutting Disc - When paired with this pad, 205 acts as a great 1-step on harder paints. Available sizes: 5 inch and 6 inch available individually or in a 6-pack case.