Internet Technical Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.
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Are you trying to hide it? Or correct it?
To make the swirl not seen, either you can remove it with DA and compound/polish, then always keep wax on your car to protect the body; Or, you can just wax your car often to hide it.
Am i obsessed?? A car is the second biggest financial investment for most people, why not keep it looking better than new?
I also have Autoglym HD wax which I think it gives better shine than NXT, but it is about $50 for 5.3oz paste $$$$$. I have also tried Collinite 845 just initially, and it looks great also. I might start using it to see how it compares to NXT.
Why not just do a small test section?
Correct it with your DA till it's perfectly swirl free, then wash your car as per normal and check the results. That will save you having to do the whole car. This is a quick way to determine if it's the paint or your process.
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