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Adam's Scratch & Swirl Remover
$19.99
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Adam’s Scratch & Swirl Remover safely removes scratches, swirls, and other minor defects and blemishes out of all types of paints. This easy to use formulation was specially designed with a blend of powerful, diminishing micro-alumina abrasives that disintegrate as they polish outworn, scratched, oxidized clear coat to reveal a lustrous finish.

  • Easily Remove Scratches, Swirls & Paint Transfer
  • Restores Paint Clarity & Depth
  • Use via Hand or Machine for Versatility
  • Safe for all Paint Types & Colors
  • Smells Awesome!
  • Available in 12oz & 4oz Sizes
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Adam’s Scratch & Swirl Remover was formulated specifically to provide sufficient lubrication and polishing by hand with Adam’s Orange Hex-Grip Polishing Applicator but is also plenty suitable to use with Adam’s Swirl Killer Polishing systems and a White Foam Polishing Pad. Adam’s Scratch & Swirl Remover contains no waxes, additives, silicones or other fillers and offers true correction while boasting a dustless performance even in direct sunlight regardless of how it is applied. If all of this wasn’t enough, it also smells absolutely amazing!

Instructions via Hand:

  1. Start with a clean, freshly washed and dried vehicle.
  2. Apply two pea-sized drops of Adam’s Scratch & Swirl Remover to an Adam’s Orange Hex-Grip Polishing Applicator.
  3. Apply a thin layer of product in tight circular motions to one vehicle panel at a time, carefully spreading in a uniform consistency.
  4. With a dry Adam’s Microfiber Towel, gently buff each panel until clean and clear.
  5. Repeat for each panel around the vehicle until defects are satisfactorily removed.


For Use with Adam’s Swirl Killer Polishing System:

  1. Watch Adam’s Paint Correction Series videos to understand the state of the paintwork.
  2. Apply several pea-sized drops to a White Foam Polishing Pad and, using a dual-action polisher on medium speed, buff one vehicle panel at a time using light-to-moderate pressure and slow passes.
  3. As gloss becomes evident, lighten pressure and lower speed with faster passes.
  4. With a dry Adam’s Microfiber Towel, gently buff each panel until clean and clear.
  5. Repeat for each panel around the vehicle until defects are satisfactorily removed.

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