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  1. Tyler, Big oops! Get a bottle of mcGuires scratch and swirl remover and buff them out. it is awsome and will make you a believer. Barry owes me for this one LOL.

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 06/07/2013

  2. Wax takes off wax. When waxing, you are suppose to wax in lines and not in circles- regardless of what the instructions or other people say. Do it one panel/section at a time. Put the wax on wet , work it in, and take it off wet. You will...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 04/07/2013

  3. ...with the results. It's like an epoxy that you pour into the tank and swirl it around until it completely covers the inside. Then, you drain the excess...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 29/06/2013

  4. ...head into the chamber? I suppose you could have both, as there were "swirl port" heads, and chamber design would affect flow as well. I doubt it...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 03/07/2013

  5. The best way to do it would be to follow this guide, cheap, relatively easy repair, just takes time. I would not recommend using a buffer when using either rubbing or...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 03/07/2013

  6. .... Polishing removes fine scratches like all those swirl marks you see from improper car washing techniques

    6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 26/06/2013

  7. ... a very tedious job and if not done correctly it will leave swirl marks.When doing a repaint,the clear is leveled...

    5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/07/2013

  8. At the very least it will need to be wet sanded and buffed,at the worst repainted.Dad scratched the hell out of the clearcoat.So off to the body shop with it and hope for the best

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 26/06/2013

  9. Go to your auto parts store and look for a product called Seafoam. It will be with the fuel treatments and fuel additives. It is in a white can with red lettering. Buy 2 cans. Pour 1 in the tank...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 07/01/2014

  10. The procedure would be: wash THOROUGHLY the car using a good car shampoo (preferably manually), rinse and dry. Make sure you work in shade (direct sun is not good) and not while it's very cold or very hot. Use the buffer at low speed and use almost no pressure. Use a low to medium-grade...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 24/05/2013

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