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Old 06-04-2008, 09:48 PM
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You filled the swirls and now they came back. The only true way to eliminate swirl marks is to use a polish and remove them. Washing the car between steps also helps, use a dedicated pad for each stage of abrasive. Glaze sucks IMO as it's only a temporary thing to get the car out and hide flaws that will eventually show up again. Perfect your finish with a fine polish and the results will stay. Also, if you stay away from the coarse compounds you won't have to fight with swirl marks. I've seen swirls so bad done by a person using 3M's Superduty and a wool pad that the surface needed to be sanded to remove them.
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