confused, vanilla moose and/or swirl remover?

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  1. x510x

    x510x Bay Area Straight Edge

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    Just started reading this forum, and it has motivated me to take care of my brand new car (300 miles and counting) like it deserves. I wanted to make sure I start off right. When you detail a car is swirl remover always a necessary step or is it only if the paint is badly swirled? So far I have purchased a clay bar, Vanilla Moose, S100. Adequate? Or is swirl removal a must? (I know it'd help if you could see my paint)

    Thanks for all the great info, it has really opened my eyes to car care.
     
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    Jackhole New Member

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    Yeah, a picture would help, but you only need to use a swirl remover if your paint is actaully swirled.
     
  3. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    If there are no swirls right now, you won't need a swirl remover. It is a good idea to use one once a year to deep clean the paint though.
     

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