hmm, Im sorry I do not know. When you see the commercial for it, it looks like one of those low budget gimmicks. Its the same with Dura Shine, I want to know if anyone knows anything about this product as well. But yeah, I have some light hair scratches on the car that I would like to fix up, same with those swirl marks.
No, the question about Durashine is with the water comming off the car, because I have noticed a couple small pit marks on the car, they could be due to small stones though.. does it keep the car dry is my question
Not sure about that brand name but I use one of the other brand scratch remover, same claims. It is simply polishing compound. I use it to clean stuff out of the paint or prep a spot before applying touch up. Works for that or for polishing out light scratches or swirl marks if you work in a small area and apply plenty of elbow grease. If used this way don't forget to rewax the area since it will remove the wax or whatever. For more than a small area I agree about the Mcguires products. Wish they still made Classic Car Wax.
I have gs27 and it works to a degree. it removes scratches that can't be felt when you run you finger across it. ones you can feel it makes it less noticable. I mean when you get a scratch you get a white line. gs27 gets rid of that white line but you can still see the scratch. but gs27 isn't only for automotive use. it can get scratches out of other things as well. haven't tried the other things, like plastic.