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Old 05-05-2006, 10:07 AM
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Swirls

I have a bad problem with concentrated swirl marks throughout my X5, by this I mean like not swirl marks all over just in spots like left quarter panel, etc. It looks really bad in the sunlight. Any suggestions? Ive heard wetsand does well, but am nervous of that...
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Meguiars sells a great swirl remover and try Zymol.
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I have a bad problem with concentrated swirl marks throughout my X5, by this I mean like not swirl marks all over just in spots like left quarter panel, etc. It looks really bad in the sunlight. Any suggestions? Ive heard wetsand does well, but am nervous of that...


I found 3M 'Finesse it' has worked brilliantly with minor scratches and swirls plus removing the lime from birdshit stains. Been using it since it was recommended by a BMW dealer, swear by it now.
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