Swirl removal, before and after

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Scottwax, Jul 2, 2002.

  1. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    And after polishing with Meguiars Dual Action Cleaner/Polish and Meguiars Swirl Free Polish...and before waxing:

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    MtotheIKEo Air Suspension is ok

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    im glad i dont have swirl marks but if i did now i know how to remove them.
     
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    Mirwolf Im confused and so am I

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    Hey Scott. Can i use those products before i Zaino the car?
     
  5. inline4

    inline4 turn that frown upside down

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    shit, the car, theres hella scrapes
    so what did you use? just off the shelf kragen stuff and did it all by hand? I have swirl mark heaven. and some missing paint from bird shit :(
     
  6. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Yes, but then I am pretty sure you have to do a Dawn wash once the swirls are gone.


    Meguiars Dual Action Cleaner/Polish and Meguiars Swirl Free Polish.

    They are from Meguiars Body Shop Professional line. You will have to order them from www.meguiars.com or find the link to professional distributers in your area.

    I did it all by hand. Just work a small area by hand and work the product until it is nearly clear and dry before buffing off the excess.
     

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