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    Getting the Nattys on the pad?

    Ok, this is a pretty dumb question but I have been wondering. I bought a set of Meguiars pads and some nattys. My question is how do i get it on the pad, it is a pretty small jar? Do people angle the pad in the jar? Sorry for the stupidness, but I had to ask.
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    use a putty knife or a butter knife....
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    I`ll bet you could do it by hand and take just as long as the pc though.

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    Re: Getting the Nattys on the pad?

    Originally posted by danhimself520
    Ok, this is a pretty dumb question but I have been wondering. I bought a set of Meguiars pads and some nattys. My question is how do i get it on the pad, it is a pretty small jar? Do people angle the pad in the jar? Sorry for the stupidness, but I had to ask.
    Any way you can.....just angle the pad, bend the pad and get some on it and put it on the car.
    Dream big and be willing to do the work to get there.

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    Cut a PVA pad to fit into the size of the jar, then use the applicator to wipe the wax onto the buffer pad

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    Good ideas, I might never have thought of.
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