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    Getting the edges after using G100?

    I am thinking of getting a G100 or 7424. Just wondering if you do the egdges (which would be taped off) by hand after each "level" of detailing or what.

    if you had to remove and retape after each level that would get both time consuming and expensive.

    Or, would you just do the edges last?

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    Re: Getting the edges after using G100?

    So how exactly do you polish and protect small areas? Like the A & B pillars, area on the roof around the sunroof, etc.... Apply the same polishes and waxes by hand while on the same step with the G100?
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    Re: Getting the edges after using G100?

    Tape off the areas where you don't want to wax and give'r. Get the good 3M stuff and this will save you from frustration because it allows the G100 to buff without peeling off.
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