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Hyper spray on spot pads

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The consensus is one spray is all that is required when using the Hyper sprays, this is for a normal size pad but what about spot pads or even the tiny pads for iBrids.  Presumably one spray would be far too much?

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The logical answer would be to use less. Spray closer to the pad so you dont get overspray (Dont ask why my polisher is all white) and dont pull the trigger all the way.  If it just "spits" onto the pad spread that polish with your finger through the entire pad.

In case of iBrids you can "spit" some polish on your finger and spread it onto the tiny pad.

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Remember that tiny pads get full of clearcoat fast so work on very small areas and change pads/clean often. I think you know this better than I but to be sure. :)

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A&J, my Hyper spray bottle is also white at the top!  You must have a technique I have not found, I get can a dribble or full spray only.

No Soap, you are of course correct in smaller pads will get clogged up faster but OPT and most other suppliers warn against using too much product as it will reduce the effectiveness of the polishing.

The reason for asking was not that I have a product but thought it might be useful to someone in the future who is using these tiny pads

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I think you opened a great topic no one thought about till now. OPT made the sprayer to work with 5 inch pads but is 1 spray on smaller pads enough or too much product...good question!

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On 3/1/2018 at 1:42 PM, A&J said:

Dont ask why my polisher is all white

Ok fine...as long as you don't ask why my arm and the side of my house is all white.

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48 minutes ago, Setec Astronomy said:

Ok fine...as long as you don't ask why my arm and the side of my house is all white.

Also forgot to add my shirt, pants and shoes...

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