Originally Posted by 335_MI6
Yhe master kit with the Concorso wax.
I do not have a machine polisher, prob a good idea to get one.
If you want i can take pictures of the paint, but i want the wet look after im done.
As stated in the op e92 335 monaco blue
I was just curious if you had pictures to see if you had a crazy amount of swirl marks, etc. But to be honest, I wouldn't be able to tell you what exactly you would need to do to get rid of them if you do. Err... more specifically, what polish, how many passes, etc. With any type of paint correction, you would want to do a test spot to help you figure out the process.
If you plan to do any paint correction, a machine polisher is a good idea as it speeds up the process. Trying to do paint correction by hand is a task I wouldn't even try, as results, if any, won't come close to what can be achieved by machine. That being said, if you haven't used one before, I would recommend starting out with a dual action random orbital. Examples would include a Porter Cable 7424XP, Griot's Garage 6" RO, etc.
When I asked what you currently have, I meant in terms of car care products, not the car.