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    Talking Removing swirl marks

    Hi am new to the detailing side of things and from info learned from the site i cleaned the vec yesterday method used was as follows

    Washed with auto glym
    Clayed using meguiars (could not believe the difference it made)
    Washed again
    polished with auto glym super resin polish
    Sealed with estra gloss protection
    And it looks better than it ever has ,but it still has swirl marks and can anyone suggests a product and way of removing them.

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    meguiers x swirl,just rub it on the wipe off

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    hi thanks for info

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    Zaino do a good swirl remover really good stuff especially with a da

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    Yeah, to properly remove them you need to use a Dual Action polisher with an abrasive polish.

    AG SRP is a good polish, but it uses fillers to fill in the swirl marks. A good abrasive polish actually removes the top layer of laquer which the swirl marks reside in.

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