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    Likelihood of messing up with the G9 (probably low, right?)

    Looking into the G9 for my brand spanking new car. I've used a rotary and messed up before so this seems like a more appropriate route for this car. Just need a light polish and glaze, then may apply sealant/wax by hand or might use G9.

    This is a pretty foolproof machine, right? RO will basically insure holograms won't happen? Or do I still have to be careful?

    Thanks guys!

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    Re: Likelihood of messing up with the G9 (probably low, right?)

    Sounds just like what you need. No holograms.

    If you maintain properly, you will only need to use a finishing polish and you choice of protection every so often.
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    Re: Likelihood of messing up with the G9 (probably low, right?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Oldz View Post
    Sounds just like what you need. No holograms.

    If you maintain properly, you will only need to use a finishing polish and you choice of protection every so often.
    Nice. This is what I'm looking for.

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    Re: Likelihood of messing up with the G9 (probably low, right?)

    The G9 is a dream to use.

    Just use standard practices (keep the pad flat to the paint, don't buff on sharp body lines, etc.) and have fun.
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