getting rid of gritty paint?

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  1. The1Ash10

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    I have a two year old monoco blue e90 BMW and the paint is feeling a little gritty after I was it. I was looking at the products in the link below, but I'm not sure which (if any) are best for something like that. :dunno:

    http://www.meguiarsdirect.com/products/paint_cleaner
     
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    I'll look into that this weekend. What about removing some very light oxidation on my trunk lid? Anything you can recommend for that?
     
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    Read the EDU and the rest of the stickies, pretty much everything you want to know is in them.
     

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