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Old 04-14-2012, 10:01 PM   #26
Kean
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To the OP, what color is your car? There are a variety of things you can try. Many have actually been posted and they are good recommendations. If you haven't tried this yet, get an orbital buffer with a good compound, buff that on around 1000-1200rpms. Then wipe off the residue, and come back with either a really good polish or a wax designed to bring back and enhance color. Use your buffer again at 1800rpms, but use a small amount of pressure on the paint. Basically rest the buffer on the paint and let it do all the work. This should take care of your problems.
You can pm for better directions if you like
Fyi.... the speeds you're describing are for a rotary (not an orbital). Not sure if that's what you actually meant.
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