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Old 09-03-2013, 07:44 AM
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well the scratches you can feel are deep and arent going to come out, but polishing them will make them less noticeable. they will need touched up if you can feel them.

im not familiar with the polisher you have, but is it the type that you put bonnets on? if so, it isnt really going to give you any type of "correction". they were designed to remove wax residue more than anything else.

working by hand is a bit tough and very very difficult to remove scratches and swirls. definately look at suing Meguiar's black wax. it is an all in one type product which gently cleans and polishes the paint and leaves a wax pretection behind all in one step.

also, barrett jackson has a product line out made by Farecla which is great to use by hand.
you could also try the usually favourites by hand like Meguiars M105 on the deeper scratches, but again, it is difficult and time consuming by hand
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