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      01-18-2013, 12:56 AM   #4
Private First Class

Drives: Z3 M Rdstr
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Charleston, SC

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+1 to both posters up top. Previous owner most likely lacked the knowledge on good wash, wax/polish techniques. Paint correction will most likely run you about $500 depending on the depth of swirls, but (again depending on the depth of the swirls and your paint thickness) they can be completely removed as opposed to being just covered up until the wax wears off with a $70 detail. After the paint correction, as long as you use proper methods of washing it, you can say bye bye to the swirls for good.