Originally Posted by Ruby13
Can these be used as I do with liquid products with the machine or do they have to be hand applied. For me it's an issue due to back problems and the machine makes it a whole lot easier. Thanks
To answer your question directly... "Yes" you can apply both of the above mentioned waxes using your Griot's Garage 6" Random Orbital Polisher.
Above are a number of methods mentioned as to how to get the wax out of the container and onto the face of your foam buffing pad, choose one that works best for you and then when you go to apply the wax by machine use a soft foam finishing pad and use the 3.0 to 4.0 speed setting.
Personally I like the 4.0 speed setting as a little quicker rotating/oscillating action makes it easier to move the pad over the surface.
Soft foam finishing pads at slow speeds seem a little squishy and can kind of feel like they are dragging behind as you're trying to move the tool forward while applying the wax. Kind of a subtle nuance and maybe it's just me...
The P21S is supposed to dry to a light haze and then be removed, I think the instructions actually say to remove just before it hazes but I could be wrong... either way you want to lay down a thin coat of the P21S as a thick coat that dries will tend to wipe-off like a thick coat of M16 after it dries.
The Wolfgang Fuzion is a WOWO
wax, that is you W
ipe it O
n and then W
ipe it O
ff. You also want to apply a thin coating of the Fuzion.