You say swirls right? With that I am assuming you had buffed the car and left swrils. If it is a dark color than the best thing you can do is NOT leave any swirls, aor leave as little as possible. Keep you buffing pad FLAT AS AN BE OVER ALL SURFACES. And make sure you are nice and smooth and careful with the compound. You might have to compoound it again to get som swirls out. As far as swirl remover goes, if your just using off the shelf products, try a 3M brand swirl removier or finishing polish, 3M products are a little pricey, but the are found in almost every pro detail shop. When you are using the sriwl remover, turn your buffer speed down as much as you can go. Use a decent amount of polish, and jud go really slow really easy, babying the buffer of the paint. Good Luck!!
Re: whats the best swril removing wax (GroundForce1GTI)
There's no such thing as a swirl removing wax, truly. Wax protects and that's it.
Some polished will HIDE swirls but will not remove them. Use a specific swirl mark remover. Try Meguiar's Swirl Remover 2.0 or an equivalent. It's hard to recommend any product without seeing the severity of the swirls, but that should be a start for you.
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