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    Meguiar's M105 Ultra Cut ?

    How hard is it to use Meguiar's M105 Ultra Cut ? Is it safe for anyone to use.

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    Re: Meguiar's M105 Ultra Cut ?

    It's pretty easy to use.

    The one thing you have to keep in mind is that M105 has a shorter working time than some of the other compounds. The amount of product used is critical. Too much product will reduce the cut. If M105 is hard to remove, you might try using a bit more on the next pass.
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    Re: Meguiar's M105 Ultra Cut ?

    Use extra care and pay lots of attention to what is going on. Wipe after a few passes and inspect the work area. This should not be a pain because the working time with M105 isnt too long anyway.

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    Re: Meguiar's M105 Ultra Cut ?

    What is the best pad to do so with?

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    Re: Meguiar's M105 Ultra Cut ?

    Assuming you have a G110, use a Soft Buff 2.0 Polishing Pad using Speeds 4-5.
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    Re: Meguiar's M105 Ultra Cut ?

    Are you using a DA or rotary?

    Either way, the polishing pads (W8006 or W8207) work really well with M105.
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