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    Proper steps i think? Advice needed

    I have purchased a G100

    2003 RAM Quad Cab. Patriot Blue (Dark Blue)

    I plan on these steps. I have light spiderwebs.

    Wash
    Clay
    On with G100/8006 DC Step1 Cleaner/Wax
    Off by hand (MF)
    On with G100/8006 DC Step2 Polish
    Off by hand (MF)
    On with G100/9006 M80
    Off by Hand (MF)
    and either Gold Class or NXT (I have Both) on with the G100/9006 off by hand followed by G100 with MF bonnet.

    Looking for advice if this is the proper steps.

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    I would skip everything before #80(except washing and clay...)

    I would use the bonnet first, then follow up by hand for hard to get areas, with the Wax.

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    Will the M80 remove the spiderwebs and some light marks?

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    Originally posted by jsolomon4
    Will the M80 remove the spiderwebs and some light marks?
    Yes...it will remove light swirls and marring. Use the G100 set to speed 5 with a W-8006 Polishing Pad. Work the product over a 2'x2' area until the #80 is only a light residue, then remove with a Meg's Ultimate Wipe towel. Top with 2 coats of NXT Tech Wax!

    Tim

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    If #80 stil lleave some swirls behind, you can always go a little more agressive with the #83. Both are good cleaner/polishes, so you wont want to bother using the DC1 and 2 before hand.

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    Definately use #80 first, but it would be interesting to see what DC#1 would look like on top of #80.....DC#1 is a great finesse/polish type of cleaner.

    Before I was introduced to #80, I used to use Medallion Premium Paint Cleaner followed by DC#1........I thought it was a great combo at the time.

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