Skip the swirl-x, and go right to The Meguiars Ultimate Compound. That bottle removes swirls, scratches, and restores color. Its a proven fact by me. Meguiars cleaner wax after that wouldnt hurt ya either. lol. Then I always top it off with Meguiars Tech Wax 2.0. I do these 3 steps twice a yr. Before winter, and before summer. Using a buffer, using a foam pad for applying Ulitmate Compound, microfiber pad for appyling wax cleaner, and a buffing pad for removing the tech wax. Thats the best way Ive figured out to do it. As far as using the meguiars products. I remove the other 2 with a Microfiber towel. Amazing results each time. It just gets better and better the more I do it.
IMO the heavier ones are easier to use, less effort to add pressure on surfaces. Plus they have better speed control, like a Porter Cable or Makita. I'll most likely go to a pawn shop, ive seen lots of them there lol.
for swirls one of the easiest things ive used is wolfgangs scratch remover (or something like that) works great (only used it on a buffer), the clear bra things suck in my opinion (Detailed a few porsches over the weekend and had them installed, and on the black they looked like crap, showed nasty waterspots that would not come off) the lighter colors where not to bad.
A bra for long trips is a good idea if it has a felt or some other kind of soft lining on the backside.
If road conditions where one lives are really bad, it might be well to keep the bra on all the time. But in that case the bra must be removed and thoroughly washed and dried when the car is washed; at least once a week. Leaves, grime and even small pebbles tend to collect where the top edge of the hood protector part of the bra stretch across the hood. Obviously, this must not be permitted to reman that way.
If a bra is used regularly, it is a good idea to polish and wax the panels that are covered by it at least once a month.
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I have 2012 Nissan Versa Hatchback and was looking to get a seat cover. I bought one before for my first car Honda Civic and had a bad experience with it since the cover wasn't tightly fitted to the actual seats and made it look very ugly and messy even though it's deemed...
Anyone try this spray polish? I picked up a bottle of it the other day after reading some good things about it. It was a little pricey for a 'cheap' product at just over $20 for a 16oz spray bottle, but man did it shine up my Versa. Super easy application and removal too.