As long as they are fine swirl marks, then you don't need a buffer, and can take them out by hand with a polish, not a wax! Make sure you use a really good 100% terry cotton towels or microfiber. None of that auto store crap either, rather use Griott's garage, etc. (I personally only use 3M products). But if it is still possible to take back to the dealer for a detail, there would be no way that I'd pass it up. A professional detail can run to $150. If you don't know what you are doing (black is really easy to screw up), but would still like to take care of your own car, buy a detailing book or pick one up from your local library.
-2006 BMW 330i-Sapphire Black- Tera Leather-Aluminum trim- 6spd manual- Sport- Premium- Cold- Navigation- Euro. delivery
-2005 Yamaha Warrior 1700 102cu"