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Best stuff to buy to remove swirl marks DIY

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by davesimmo, Sep 7, 2013.

  1. davesimmo
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    [Sep 7, 2013]
    Hi guys.
    What do you guys recommend to get rid of swirl marks without getting a pro to do it.
    I have a few swirls I have noticed and would like to attempt to sort it myself, if not I will be sending it to a detailer.
    Anyone used meguires swirl remover?
    Thoughts?
    Thanks!!
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    [Sep 8, 2013]
    Best thing to do is buy urself a das6 polisher and DIY.
    Meguiars swirl remover will just hide them.
    The money it costs for a polisher, pads and meguiars polish will be a lot cheaper than the detailer, plus it's something to enjoy and learn ;)
    Plenty info in the stickies above, detailing world forum and YouTube.
    Try junk man 2000 on the latter for polishing for novices ;)
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    [Sep 9, 2013]
    thanks for your advice! Will have a look at my options. :)
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    [Sep 9, 2013]
    You could also buy some meguiars 205 and do it by hand ...
    It would be labour intensive tho!
    It would be a better finish and easier with the polisher tho m8;)
    Or get a detailer to do it and I'm sure he/she wouldn't mind u watching to pick up some hints/ tips and technique with the polisher :)
    Couple more options for u :)
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