Swirl remover 2.0 questions

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  1. 1badtaco

    1badtaco New Member

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    hey everyone i checked the forums and i think im a little bit more confused lol :wtc:


    i have a bright red toyota tacoma that i take ok car of...i clayed, sepc and s100ed it about 24 days ago...but i have a lot of fine swirls.....i purchased the swirl remover 2.0 hoping that will help...........will using the swirl remover help me?

    also what would be the best way to apply it? keep buffing until its almost gone like everything else? or some other method.....

    will following that with the sepc be fine or do i need an additional step?
    all help will be appreciated.........i will be doing this tomorrow

    of course i'll be topping it with s100

    i will also ask this in autotopia so if you've seen it already i apologize
     
  2. NoXeN

    NoXeN You can find me up on one

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    i use meg swirl free polish to get rid of that stuff

    dunno about the product ur talking about though :dunno:
     
  3. Jackhole

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    Swirl Remover 2.0 is the "professional" verison of Swirl Free Polish.
     
  4. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    You got that backwards. Swirl Remover #9 2.0 is the Mirror Glaze equivalent of Swirl Free Polish, which is from their Body Shop Professional line. 2.0 came out after SFP and rumor is they are pretty much the same product.
     
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    so using it in conjunction with sepc will be enough right? no additional cuts?
     
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    Ahh, I see. :slap:
     
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    You have a lot of scratches and swirls? Use Meguiar's Dual Action Cleaner/Polish, THEN the Swirl Free Polish. Follow that up with the S100 SEPC or Vanilla Moose, the results will be outstanding.
     
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    yeah the sr2.0 only helped some what. i'll probably not worry too much until i can buy a porter cable or something...seems like i'll be dead trying by hand.lol......will dacp help much by hand since the sr2.0 didnt help much.........

    thanks for all the replies time to sepc the other half of my truck and than s100 it whoo hoo
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    DACP and a PC will work on most light to moderate paint defects, so that should really help you. Just make sure you work DACP until it looks nearly clear and dry to completely break down the abrasives.
     
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    yeah im probably going to bit the bullet and get a porter cable so i can work the hell outta my hood with some dacp......that will probably wait for a few months...thanx to all who answered my questions
     
  12. Buck-O

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    I just found a local distributer that carries DACP...i use DACP with a CMA Orange pad...and HOLY FUCKING SHIT! I followed it up with some SMR2.0 on a CMA yellow pad, and SEPC on a CMA white pad, and topped with S100.
    I did this on my friends Chrysler Seibring, its a deep burgandy maroon, and WOW, does that car look hot now! It get TONS of looks as it goes down the road now.
    Unfortunatly there are still some preaty deep scratches in the paint, which arent coming out (which is unfortunatly years of cleaning with a nappy ass wool mit, and dish soap), but aside from that scratches, the surface is like glass!


    DACP FRICKING RULES ON THE PC!
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Yeah, DACP is some pretty damn good shit!
     
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    thanx to all who chimed in...
    i decided to go with the porter cable and some dacp...i hope to get it by next sat so i can do my sunday detail
     
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    Post pics (compress them though!).
     
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    lol i'll get pics for you guys it will probably be a week from now as long as my orders come in on time......scott i gotta give you props for working on scratch/swirl removal by hand bravo......and tell me when that new clerkote product comes out......i was thinking bout buying a liquid wax since ill have a pc lol
     

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