Blue Balls Instructions
Depending on what you will be polishing, you can either use the steel drill bit, or attach the extension rod to the Blue Ball Mini Me (the extension rod comes with the Blue Ball Mini Me). This extension rod has an outer plastic sheath that allows the inner metal rod to spin freely. This shields your hands and prevents it from damaging anything it might touch while you're polishing. It's also handy to hold and help control the ball when polishing as well.
To attach the extension rod, hold the ball firmly with one hand and rotate the drill bit with a smaller shifter or 10mm spanner (if it's tight, use a set of multi grips on the plastic black section), and unscrew the drill bit.
Screw on the extension rod to the thread by turning the exposed silver metal tip (not the plastic sheath) to tighten it to the ball.
Simply attach tightly to your power drill and set to a clockwise rotation so that the ball is secured safely into the drill. The bigger ball gives a larger surface area to cut polishing time for bigger jobs. If you've purchased the Blue Ball Mini Me, you can also attach the extension rod to the Big Daddy for those hard to reach areas. The Big Daddy and the Mini Me Blue Balls are reversible, to give you two sides for polishing and to extend the life of the balls. The process for this is outlined later in the article, under the "Double the life of your Blue Ball" heading.