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    Easily remove previous BF Wet Diamond and Crystal Seal?

    Initially, over the years, I have done my 2019 G70 with Blackfire Wet Diamond followed by BF Crystal Seal (all by hand.) I`d like to start over, but too old (and lazy) to clay to remove the BW and CS layers. So, my question is: Would products like BF One-Step or BF All-in-one be the easiest way to accomplish this? Thanks,

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    Re: Easily remove previous BF Wet Diamond and Crystal Seal?

    Any light polish or AIO should have no problem taking off what`s left of those.
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    Re: Easily remove previous BF Wet Diamond and Crystal Seal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    Any light polish or AIO should have no problem taking off what`s left of those.
    Appreciate the answer, Dan. Now going to order Blackfire`s Step-One as it is a relatively new all in one. And, once cured, I can overlay the BF`s Crystal Seal for added protection.

 

 

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