12. Killmer primed a W7207 Soft Buff 2.0 foam-cutting pad with the same sequence and No. 105 compound that he used on the wool pad. Foam pads produce fewer swirl marks but generate more heat so he reduced the speed to 1,000-1,400 rpm. Again, he kept the pad parallel with the surface and applied the least amount of pressure to get the job done. As he did before, he worked only one area at a time until he finished the entire panel.