My car has no swirl marks, thank you very much. I wax and polish it to keep the paint protected.Just normal wear and tear.
Take a light and look at the paint finish of your car it looks the same, then go to the dealer and look at the ones in the showroom, the paint will look like a mirror.
Yet if you take the issue up with a dealer on a week old car you are told to take a hike.
I guarantee if you don't wax it for 4 months and look at the paint you will see the same thing as in the picture. Now go ahead and wax it and check again. It will look brand new, that's the point of waxing and buffing a car.My car has no swirl marks, thank you very much. I wax and polish it to keep the paint protected.
The fresh wax finish on my car says other wise. Side note not talking about removing, talking about covering up.Wrong. Wax doesn't remove scratches or swirls. It fills light swirls. To remove them you must use a light finishing polish, sometimes after a medium-heavy cutting compound. Then wipe down to remove oils and then wax. Just had to point that out
it's getting my friend to hold the phone steady that's the hard part. They don't like when I sling ADM polish all over them either...Let me know how to porter cable an iPhone if you get around to it.