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      11-25-2012, 12:33 AM   #1
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Drives: E90
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Oak Harbor, WA

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Holy cow swirls are hard to remove from a JB Bimmer...

I went over the hole car in 3000 grit wet sand, followed up with yellow "Lake County" cutting pad and Zaino Z-PC, then orange "Lake Country" polishing pad with Z-5 polish, then just got finished buffing in the Zaino Z-CS (sealant) and i'm still seeing those dastardly (yeah, i went there.) swirls...

The bright side is, the car looks blacker than before... like... a DEEEEEP endless black... looks really nice.. if only the swirls weren't there, it'd look like a showroom floor finish.

Thinking about getting the purple cutting pad next... it's the coarsest one they have, but i can't image it would be any more effective than the 3000 grit i used...

Any tips from you detail guys?

Last edited by N0OS3; 11-25-2012 at 12:44 AM.