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Old 08-22-2017, 07:34 PM   #1
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Swirl mark removal

Hi Fellow RVr's - I'm sure this has been covered but as I'm close to 70 my attention span is close to Kindergarteners so I didn't read a lot....

When we bought our latest MH I noticed that it had been run through (I'm guessing) a truck wash and had a fairly severe case of "car wash swirl" on the clear coat. This past week I started with a DA polisher and Maguire's polish with a blue foam pad. I'm happy to report that the swirl is gone and I can read the letters on the bottle of polish from about 5 feet.

Now I'm sure the experts will be quick to tell me what is better and I'm all eyes. This worked for me and I'll be glad to find what works better.

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Old 08-23-2017, 01:25 PM   #2
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I'm a fan of Griot's Boss products, but Maguire's polish is top notch stuff, as well as a few others. No sense changing horses in the middle of the stream if you're pleased with the results.
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I've used Griot's for years but even some of the wally world stuff works with the same process
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I am a big fan of Chemical Guys. They have an excellent range of product and some very good videos on almost any Detailing subject you can imagine.

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