3. Mike applied the Ultra-Cut on the hood in a straight line parallel to his body. Then he brought the buffer in right to left, holding it at a 10-degree angle. Just as he gets to the compound, he pulls the trigger to start the buffer. Doing it this way cuts down on the amount of material slung everywhere and wasted. Mike says, "This is the 10-and-10 move. You want the material to hit the face of the pad at the 10 o'clock position about an inch from the perimeter of the pad."