Nosa wrote:It could be that the scratches were there already, Buying a proper drying towel will help, and give the car a good going over with a swirl remover or light compound polish should show an improvement.
My car was covered in swirl marks when I got it and being a tight fisted scot I refused to pay to have them taken out, but over a period of time using good quality polishes I have managed to eliminate at least 90% of them.
Nova2k7 wrote:Firstly what are you washing with? a wash mitt? a sponge?? you want to be washing with something microfiber and ensure that you clean a panel at a time, in terms of drying you want to using a drying towel! designed for the job!
and yes btw it is impossible, scratches are always going to happen whenever something touches the paint, all you can do is try minimize it! and polish to remove them!
Adamski wrote:Cleaning is as important as the rinse and dry. Two buckets (or more), wash mit, and correct pre-wash are all vital.
pvr wrote:I trust you hosed the car off first before the two bucket method?
marypoppins wrote:pvr wrote:I trust you hosed the car off first before the two bucket method?
I did, until i created at water shortage
Kryton wrote:I solved the problem of getting scratches (that I could see from 6' away) on my DSB E89 after owning it for 14 months.................................................I sold it and bought a silver car
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