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Old 07-25-2014, 02:26 PM   #1
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Removing superficial scratches

Has anyone used glare mirco polish to remove light scratches on the clearcoat from washing?

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Old 07-25-2014, 02:36 PM   #2
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This? I don't see a "micro polish on their website???

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I do use the polish in the link. I like it a lot.
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Thanks Rich, my mistake... it's Glare Micro-finish.

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Dznf0g, which polish do you use? I have some swirls in 2015 I want to address.
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The one in the link: Glare Professional polish. It's not a rubbing compound though....if you have anything deeper than swirl marks, you'll need something with micro grit in it.
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As I posted before a buffing compound that body shops use on clear coat finishes will remove scratches [swirl marks etc.] that do not penetrate coating will remove. I got to close to burning bushes w/pickup looked bad but body shop buffed, no signs of marks. Contact local body shop or detail shop what they use.
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