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Re: Polish Marks

It is possible.

Do not use a machine polisher as this will (in the wrong hands) probably make the situation worse.

I'm presuming you've gone down the 'T-cut' route, so something a bit more abrasive is needed.

I would recommend 3M's Fast cut or Fast cut plus (available on ebay ). Use a damp cloth to gently apply & work it in, then another soft dry cloth to buff it, Follow up with a regular polish & wax product & buff to a shine.

Don't do this on a hot sunny day (so anythime in the next 4 months should be fine...).

This should reduce/eliminate the swirls completely.



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