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china_street_restaurant_2-1000x667.jpgAuto Detailing: kaolin nf - Swirl Marks and How to Remove Them
What causes Swirl Marks?
Well...There's a bunch so print this as being a reference for any DO NOT list.
• Dirty or damaged buffing pads.
• Non-dedicated buffing pads. Don't use the same pad with cutting compound and polish.
• Pads washed with granular detergent.
• A dirty vehicle. Make sure to remove all bug, tar and particles with clay bar.
• Dry buffing. The product you have about the pad acts as a barrier between the pad and also the paint.
• Buffing about the side of the unhealthy. This will cause to produce to break your paint (All bad).
• Too much heat. The heat from the friction could cause the clear coat to soften which makes it acceptable to swirl marks
• Too much pressure. Self-explanatory.
• Too much speed.
• Too aggressive of an product. Even those polishes labeled "light swirl remover" mixed with an aggressive pad can cause swirl marks.
• Too aggressive of a pad.
The theme the following is if you are getting swirl marks "too much" needs to be replaced to "too little" and earn slight increases as needed.
If you are thinking about purchasing a polisher I would highly recommend a flexible spend dual action polisher over the high speed buffer. They eliminate almost half of the list which has a safety feature of not allowing excessive heat.
The swirl removal process:
1. Wash the automobile thoroughly. DO NOT scrimp here.
2. Remove each of the bug and tar spots.
3. Clay bar everything. Makes a HUGE difference in removing all the particles sure to the clear coat.
4. Select a polishing pad with a light polishing product and begin the trial out around the rear passenger side. Spread the polish across the panel with a low speed therefore it is evenly distributed around the class. Next raise the polisher to max speed and make vertical passes overlapping each pass about fifty percent. Then go go back over exactly the same area with horizontal passes. Do each direction about 2 times or kaolin is used in the making of - until it's just like the polish is worked to the paint. Remove the polish using a microfiber towel and inspect the paint. If the swirl marks arrived Great! If they didn't then wash the material off and kaolin is used to make - rehearse a cutting compound product and do a similar process. If they still haven't come out then work with a cutting pad using the cutting compound. The trick the following is to find out what combination is essential with a tester panel before doing the full car.
5. Polish the complete car next if you used a cutting compound.
6. Apply wax.
7. Apply paint sealant.
Have confidence. It's really so easy!
Hope it helped.