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I am looking into waxing my car in the next few days. My paint is in good condition, but it has some swirl marks I want to get rid of? What is the best product(s) to do this?
 

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So then what would be the best products to use? Meguires 3 step process?
 

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I use Eagle One wet wax&polish on my pontiac. It works great.
 

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What a coincedince!!! I used that on the Q, and it did work good, but not good enough for my standards. Do you use a sponge or a towel? That could be part of my problem, i used a towel!
 

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What a coincedince!!! I used that on the Q, and it did work good, but not good enough for my standards. Do you use a sponge or a towel? That could be part of my problem, i used a towel!
I did not use a towel. I used a very good cloth/sponge applicator and then buffed it off with a polishing cloth. The application is easy but somtimes removing it is hard. Worth it I think.
 

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Ok, Ill give that a try. Do you think you could obtain the same results by applying with a terry cloth, or something else 100% cotton?
 

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No, reoving it with a terry cloth towel may work just as well as a polishing cloth but I would apply it with a good applicator pad.
 

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Can you just go into autozone and get one??? I was there yesterday, and I didnt see anything of the sort. Ill check again.

I have a terry cloth, and Ill use it to buff it.

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Ya you should be able to pick up a applicator pad at any auto store or even a target for that matter.
 
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