Step one is either a heavy-cut or medium-cut buffing compound (depending on the extent of clear coat abrasions) that is used with a coarse buffing bad, or wool pad, on a rotary buffer. That will eliminate all the existing paint and protections. The Compound will move the clear coat around and seal in all the spots that look like scratches. Once finished, the area will feel smooth once again. This type of buffing is intended for cars with extensive clear coat damage and scratches.
Step Two is done with a less-abrasive compounding polish, combined with a softer, more sensitive polishing pad that is then used with an oscillating dual-action buffer. This step is intended for cars that need a Buff/Polish for Swirl Removal.
$200 · 2 hours