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Bodacious

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Just asking for a bitof advice, I am trying to get my speed up a bit in my application time but am finding that I am getting a tip shadow.

It didtn happen before but I did a set today that I wasnt 100% happy with.

COuld I be using the wrong grit????

I use the hot shot board corse side in a forward gentle pushing motion, I did also go over it withthe corse then fine side of the koala baord but I satill had the shadow.

Also on the subject of blending are the tip blender products of any use????
 

Jenny-Nails

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Just a thought...are you reducing your well area? If you're using a full well tip, then you can reduce this, this should help with your 'shadowing'.

Hope this helps a little.

Jenny :lol:
 

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I use either the velocity or formation, I do reduce the bulk and well of the tip before I apply it.
 

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