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Swirl Removers

  • Chemical Guys VSS Scratch and Swirl Remover
    £20.99

    Chemical Guys VSS Scratch and Swirl Remover

    Chemical Guys

    Chemical Guys have really pulled it out of the bag with this one step high gloss polish - an exceptional shine all with just a one step process! VS...

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    £20.99
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    Menzerna Super Finish 3500

    Menzerna

    Menzerna Super Finish 3500 is the master of removing polishing marks, micro-scratches, and holograms. It guarantees a brilliant deep gloss shine ev...

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    from £11.52
  • £13.80

    Meguiar's SwirlX (450ml)

    Meguiars

    People are constantly asking how to best remove swirl marks, cobweb-effect, and holograms to restore crystal clear reflections and a show car perfe...

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    £13.80
  • from £10.00

    Chemical Guys V38 Optical Grade Cutting Polish

    Chemical Guys

    When only perfection will do at the end of a polishing detail, detailers reach for Chemical Guys V38 Optical Grade Final Polish to refine depth, lu...

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    from £10.00
  • £39.47

    3M Ultrafina Swirl Polish Removal (1 Litre)

    3M

    Easily removes swirl marks and holograms after machine compounding. Designed for use with machine polishers. Ultimate high gloss finish Quick and e...

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    £39.47
  • £18.79

    Chemical Guys Heavy Duty Water Spot Remover (16oz)

    Chemical Guys

    Chemical Guys Heavy Duty Water Spot Remover vanishes away those water spots caused by minerals found in water that dry on surfaces. The acid-based ...

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    £18.79
  • £9.49

    Chemical Guys Super Fine 3500 Grit Latex Self-Adhesive Sanding Sheets (3 Pack)

    Slims Detailing

    Chemical Guys synthetic latex sheets are more flexible than traditional paper sandpaper and are self-adhesive making the peel-and-stick system perf...

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    £9.49
  • £9.49

    Chemical Guys Light Cut 2500 Grit Latex Self-Adhesive Sanding Sheets (3 Pack)

    Chemical Guys

    Chemical Guys synthetic latex sheets are more flexible than traditional paper sandpaper and are self-adhesive making the peel-and-stick system perf...

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    £9.49
  • Presta Swirl Remover
    £29.18

    Presta Swirl Remover

    Presta

    Presta Swirl Remover lives up to it's name! Remove swirls from both fresh and cured paint surfaces and leave a high-gloss finish. Designed for heav...

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    £29.18

What is a swirl remover? Let us tell you! A swirl remover is a polishing product designed to be used when you need your paintwork to be looking as factory-fresh as possible. Swirl marks on the surface of the paintwork, which can look like a faint spiderweb, are not only unpleasant to look at but it is frustrating to know they are there. A swirl remover can help to eliminate them so you can rest assured that your paintwork is like new! However, it takes hard work and devotion before you start to see results, but it can be done.

It helps knowing what to use and how to approach the problem which is why it’s a good chance to have a little look at some of our options available to you. Are you looking for an industrial, professional grade swirl remover such as the likes of 3M and Meguiar’s? Or do you want something suitable for the casual ‘driveway detailer’ such as those from Chemical Guys?

You might be wondering how swirls in your paintwork occur. Essentially, paint swirls are minute, miniscule scratches. What you see as the swirl is light that’s reflected off the edge of the scratch where it cuts partway into the clear coat, or even down to the paint. Usually swirl marks occur due to human error! Either by use of a cheap towel or shammy leather which has scratched the paintwork, or by improper decontamination, meaning grit from the car’s surface has been rubbed across the paintwork. Sometimes the use of a sponge or just taking the car through a car wash is enough to put these fine scratches into the paintwork.

A swirl remover is only there to do one thing – remove swirls and leave you with a smooth clear coat. Therefore, it’s important to follow up with a good wax or sealant after removing swirls. After all, you want to preserve the hard work you’ve put in! Your paintwork needs to be protected so it is vital to finish by applying a coat of good wax, a spray sealant, or a professional grade ceramic coating.