JMB RetrofitsEM Tuning

Conversation Between madmanrsvr and RobbieWebs

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  1. Hi m8 sorry for the delay but seeing messages in tapatalk isn't very easy.
    Only proper way to get rid of swirls is to polish them out usually with a das polisher as it saves time or by hand that would take forever lol.
    I haven't done either yet but by claying the car then using poor boys blackhole (filler glaze that hides swirls) it gives u a great platform to add wax.
    The wax I use is Angelwax Dark Angel which I can't recommend enough. It also mask defects as I had a lot of stone chips on my bonnet which it covered and after 2 coats it left a fantastic mirror wet look finish.
    I use Angelwax QED after every wash which is a quick detailed. Spray on and wipe. Very quick and easy to use which tops up the protection giving it a polished look. It brings out the phantom pop on mine.

    Hope this helps

  2. i have been told to get in contact with you as you have got a black car and sorted out your swirl marks, i have looked for your post on the forum but can not find it,can you please forward it as you done a excelent job.i allso have a black car and need it looking good
    many thanks
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