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Old 04-02-2004, 12:33 AM   #1
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I bought a bottle of Meguiars swirl remover today, my hood looks like crap befor, it appeard as if someone had taken sand paper to it, all the scratchs and what not. All i can say about this product is WOW!! If u haven't tried it, try it! It worked wonders, a friend of mine who was there was amazed as well. 13 bux WELL spent!
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Swirl remover....does it work well on minute scratches as well I wonder??? Where did you buy it?
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Would be nice with pics.....got any?
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no camera at the moment, the swirl remover doesn't last that long though, once u wash a few times thats it. Oh well, it looks nice when i get a chance to get at it.
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After giving my ar a quick wash, I may have to try this stuff. Even if it don't last forever, may help with some of the tiny scratches I have on mine....
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For sure, it works wonders and you can defintally see a diffrence right away, for poor spots, like my hood, i did 3 coats. With each coat it got progressivly better. A good way to protect the swirl remover from removing itself is to do the following: Wash the entire vehical with a good automotive soap, then use the swirl remover, followed by a coat of polish (preferably Meg'* Step 2 polish) then wax it with a high quality wax, I use Meg'* gold class. This basically seals the finish, so if it rains and what not the Swirl remover doesnt come off.
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Just used the Meguiars Gold last weekend. That stuff is nice!!

Gonna definitely have to give that plan a try. I already got the polish and wax, so I just need the Swirl remover (and a paint job, actually)
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Default Swirl remover is just that.

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no camera at the moment, the swirl remover doesn't last that long though, once u wash a few times thats it. Oh well, it looks nice when i get a chance to get at it.
First you use the swirl remover, then your suppose to wax the car. There isnt a wax on the market that i tried so far that last any longer then a month with washing 2 or 3 times per week.

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