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Hey guys.

I had my truck painted in late november.

One nice day in January I washed it at a car wash.

I used the "foam brush" and noticed afterwards that it left some very small swirl/scratches on the paint.

(guess I should have waited longer till I washed it by brush, man winter is brutal on fresh paint) :(

What Im wondering is what is the best way to remove all or almost all of these small marks??

Rubbing compound, then wax?

A wax that has a small amount of rubbing compound in it?

It just pisses me off!

I showed my Dad and he said it's nothing to worry about, but damnint it worries me and I want it fixed :D

Thanks!
 

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i had the same question a few months ago.....just get some really good rubbing compound and then wax it really good....the best products i've ever used are HERE.....hope that helps....late
 

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sweetbutxtreme said:
i had the same question a few months ago.....just get some really good rubbing compound and then wax it really good....the best products i've ever used are HERE.....hope that helps....late
Thanks for the link!

There products look great

I think I'll order myself some this spring

Again Thanks
 
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Try using 3M Rubbing Compound, and a wheel or buffer, go over all the scratches but becareful not to go to deep, u can really **** up a paint job with a wheel. Then use ur buffer with the high gloss wax and or polish... paint should look PURRRRFECT.
 

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get the meguirs magic clay bar and scrath x remover..then go over it with there gold class wax and that should do the job
 

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must product u do yourself without a buffer will just be covering the swirls and if they do remove them it will take your about a year and kill your arm....u can take it to a good detailer he'll get then all out but it will cost ya 100 or so....
 
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