Yeah, the 10% is awful. I'm afraid I don't see the point of resetting to something almost as bad.
Why not create default growth tables based on total size, one for data and one for logs? Typically a size of anywhere from 5-20% works well for data and/or logs, modified to take into account existing file sizes, disk space available, etc..
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