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I think whomever can come up with a less hasslesome way of cleanly cutting around latches and other types of obstacles deserves a TOTW medal.

I'm self-taught so I'm always trying different approaches. They all have one thing in common - they take too much f'in time!

Any ideas are welcome in SQUEEGEE'S world.

I'm all ears.

:hmmm

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Guest SQUEEGEE

You deserve TOTY for this website TD. I actually meant more of the latches and so forth on truck slider windows or the latches that hold mini-van and suv rear glasses up and so on.

Nice pics though. Very artistic :gaybooga

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Pretty much the same deal, make the cross cuts so that it lays down around the obstruction as you cut. :hmmm

Guess I was sorta searchin' for a magic bullet TD.

If it's a round object I pretty much do it the same way you illustrated.

The pic below shows the latches I was talking about.

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:hmmm

Again I can see that with a round object because you can easily use a triangle with the round templates as a guide. But a hinge latch or sliding back glass latch is either square or semi-rectangular.

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