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swirl mark product that works!

i went to autozone yesterday and picked up some meguiars scratch x. it claimed to remove light swirl marks and scratches. well i must say that scratch x was definately impressive. there is not a swirl mark on my car. i definately think everybody should go and get some of this stuff. has anybody else used this stuff. let me know what you think! if not try it!
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i used that... what also works good is nu finish...
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Yea, ScratchX rocks. I used it to get rid of some deep scratch marks.
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wats the process? I use mother's 3 bottle system, do i use the first bottle to clean everthing and then use the meguire's adn finishe off with the other two layers?
or do i apply the scatch x first and then use the 3 system?
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put the scratch x on first!
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yea use the scratch X first cuz it removes the light scratches n swirl marks and also oxidation on the car. the other bottles add shine n wax to the paint. good sh*t!
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should i stick with mothers scatch remover, or go with scatch x
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Meguiars is the best way to go, i love their stuff, its all i use
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i used 3m swirl mark remover, works great too.. a bitch to put on tho
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