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Old 05-21-2012, 04:11 PM   #1
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What is easiest ans best for removing swirl marks a one step wax. I got a black car and man i hate those swirl marks seems like it will always be noticed more with a black car.lol
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I use Poorboys World SSR1 and then follow it up with the Poorboys World Black Hole. Black hole will fill in and hide the remaining marks if they are deep. You can follow that up with a sealant or wax. I use the Poorboys Sealant and then DoDo juice Purple Haze wax. It is a ton of work. But it sure looks awesome when finished.
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:33 PM   #3
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For a much less expensive wax, try meguiars cleaner wax. Minimizes swirls and waxes in one step. You can't really get rid of swirls completely unless you do a true machine applied swirl remover, polish, and wax.
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Ok so i def want a cleaner wax then? I want a one step dont have time for more than that. The paint aint bad juz lil swirls. Even mequires gold class carnuba hides a lot.of.the.swirls just not all and they r back after a few washes
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Any others ? What bout mothers cleaner wax
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Old 05-22-2012, 05:16 PM   #6
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Re: wax question

As the FORMER owner of a black car in the world's dustiest city, I can tell you that the Mother's Cleaner/Wax will not give you the results you are looking for. I detailed cars for a classic car broker, and some were pathetic when they came to me for work.

Here is what I recommend:

1. Wash with dish soap to remove the old wax.
2. Clay bar with a real clay bar, not that ICE crap.
3. Polish with a professional grade polish to get the swirls out
4. Wax twice to protect your hard work.

If your car is a daily driver, and it is exposed to all the elements, think about using a synthetic paint sealer instead of wax. If yours is a garage queen or a weekend warrior, use a carnauba wax.

Plan on working on the car all day.

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Wow that looks nice very. Ok well until i pay someone to do that lol whats the best 1 product i should use juz one easy product. So far i used mirror glaze it was ok i used meq goldclass carnuba that lookd real nicce and nxt2.0 that didnt hide the swirls as good as the goldclass

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And the goldclass didnt hide them for.more.than 2washes
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