Klasse system

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Along with installing my invisible bra last weekend I also gave my car its first taste of polish/wax. I clay barred it first and then used Klasse. I didn't use the combination product as it said if the paint was new and not oxidized just use the finish product.

I followed the tips from the forum and just used a tiny bit. Let it dry and buffed off. Or so I thought. The next day I saw swirl marks like crazy and went over it again with an old soft t-shirt. But I can't say that I'm impressed with this product. Any suggestions.

I've used Meguires paste wax from the can on my Miata for years and just love the way it goes on and shows a haze to buff it off. Klasse doesn't seem to do this. I have the whole two bottles of this and I need help. Thanks.
 

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I had small scratches in my paint but after I Zaino'd it on Saturday, all the scratches were gone and the paint looked a much deeper black than before. The trick I read was to ONLY wipe in a back and forth motion and NOT in a circle. I did it that way and am very satisfied with the end result. I'll probably put on 2 or 3 more coats in the next while and that should do it for the rest of the year.
 
In response to retrobrd "I followed the tips from the forum and just used a tiny bit. Let it dry and buffed off. Or so I thought. The next day I saw swirl marks like crazy and went over it again with an old soft t-shirt. But I can't say that I'm impressed with this product. Any suggestions."

I also bought the Klasse system. I also had swirl marks on the finsish both after using the combo product and the glaze product. The solution I found was that after letting the polish (or glaze) dry, take a damp cloth and wipe the finish. Damp, not wet.Let that dry, it should dry very quickly, then do your final wipe. On my yellow Bird there isn't any residue left. Note: I used this same method on my wife's dark green Lexus and the results are terrific.
I also highly recommend you get yourself some microfiber towels, you can look at the polish/wax thread for sources.
 
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