Removing Paint Swirls
Now that the weather is starting to get a little warmer, I'm starting to focus on cleaning my truck. I noticed that I have some swirls in the clear coat and wonder what others have used to remove these marks. There are a ton of products available out there, but I'd like to hear what others have used that have worked.
Al I've have been Using Adams Products on Truck.....Below is their Swirl Remover,
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Adam's Flex Swirl & Haze Remover Polishing Pad
- Developed Specifically for the Flex XC3401 Polisher
- Safe for All Single Stage and Clear Coat Paint
- Remove Swirl & Haze to Reveal that Show Car Shine
Our latest break-through in polishing is our Adamís Flex Polishing System, the first pad and polish system in the industry developed specifically for the Flex XC3401VRG Polisher. The Adam's Flex Swirl & Haze Remover Polishing Pad is your second step - pair it up with our Adamís Swirl & Haze Remover Polish after correcting more severe damage with the Adam's Flex Severe Swirl Remover Polishing Pad and Adamís Severe Swirl Remover Polish. This mild Adamís Swirl & Haze Remover Polish helps clean up the finish after heavy corrections and prepares the paint for final polishing.
The closed cell foam of the Adam's Flex Swirl & Haze Remover Polishing Pad offers moderate and safe, polishing on clear coat or single stage paint jobs. We've added a more durable backing material to help cope with more aggressive polishing, and a new beveled pad design ensures that the backing plate never comes in contact with your finish.
Our Adam's Flex Swirl & Haze Remover Polishing Pad and Adamís Swirl & Haze Remover Polish are a part of the Adam's Flex Polishing System you'll need to get a flawless finish. Follow with our Adam's Flex Fine Machine Car Polishing Pad and Adam's Fine Machine Car Polish to reach paint perfection.
I use Turtle Wax Al. It has a little bit of coarse compound in it that seems to take out the minor scratches & imperfections. It's a lot less time consuming than going the whole rubbing compound route, & then having to re-wax it. The omni directional buffer keeps from putting the swirl marks & scratches back in.
Mike: Thanks. I'm not a big fan of the polishers, but I might make an exception for this. Do you use other Adam's products? I may purchase a kit.
Originally Posted by 99'HEARTBEAT
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Thanks stephan. Is that regular TW wax?
Originally Posted by stephan
Yep a GTG at Al's this Spring.... Looks like a 2 day event....
2 days, I better stock the fridge. :-)
How close is the nearest Hooters? Do they deliver?
AL.....for a Polisher I use a Porter Cable 7424 Polisher and use the following Adam Products,
Not maintainance, moved to appearance and aftermarket
Thanks Mike that helps. I'll check out Adam's kits and figure out what I need. I like cleaning the truck because it looks good when clean. I just wish I had more time for it.