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General Polishing Instructions:
  1. After you have placed the pads or bonnets on your Cyclo Polisher, connect the tool to the power supply.
  2. Apply a small amount (about a teaspoon, or a spot the size of a dime) of the proper polish to each pad; small amounts work better than large amounts.
  3. Place the Cyclo Polisher, pad side down on the surface, move the tool around before turning it on in order to distribute the polish within the pad over the surface.
  4. Turn on the tool and move it back and forth and side to side across an area approximately 2’ x 2’ in size. This will spread the polish or deoxidizer across the surface in a latticed pattern.
  5. Grip both handles of the polisher, and using only light or moderate pressure - letting the action and the weight of the tool do the work - move the polishing heads across the area at a comfortable speed. Deoxidize or polish the entire car in this manner. When you have finished, you can rub out by hand the powdery residue left from the deoxidizer or smooth out any smudges left by the glaze using a microfiber towel. We recommend our white pads/bonnets, microfiber or terry covers for removing any remaining residue.
  6. If the residue does not wipe off easily, the surface is still not clean.
  7. Repeat steps 2-5 as necessary.
  8. As the pads become fully impregnated with polish or oxidized paint, they should be removed and washed. Never keep polish in pads overnight.
Cyclo - Buffing and Polishing Instructions

IMPORTANT POLISHER OPERATION INFORMATION: EXCESSIVE PRESSURE DOES NOT IMPROVE PERFORMANCE AND MAY DAMAGE THE POLISHER’S TRANSMISSION. The hand-like action of the polisher’s heads prevents surface damage regardless of the pressure applied. Move the machine slowly and you need not be afraid of burning the surface.

Cyclo Dual Head Orbital Polisher