The causes and effects of swirls marks
Swirl marks are often caused when you get your car cleaned from the car wash very regularly as it effects the paint and can be damaging. Varies of car washes do not clean their tools and brushes and this could then lead to contamination of the tools as they clean many other vehicles as well. You would need to carefully choose what type of car wash you take your vehicle as they could increase marks leading to scratch repairs.
How to prevent swirl marks
In order to keep your car from swirl resistant you would need to stop taking it to the car wash every other day because the wrong types of tools and brushes that are used on your car can have a major impact on to leading to several damages such as alloy refurbishment. Many swirl damages can affect the paint work on your car along with causing several other minor issues such as rusting and dirt increasing. To keep your car swirl resistant you should also hand wash it very frequently so that you are able to access all the affected areas properly without damaging any particular areas.
How to remove swirl marks
You would need to use small micro fibre cloth or applicator pad and then thoroughly wash your car and then rinse and repeat in the same motion. If you have a vacuum you can then also blow reverse the vacuum to remove all the water in the cracks and crevices. After get the swirl remover and apply that to the applicator pad and use that on the area that is affected the most. By removing these swirl stains and marks this would make your vehicle look brand new and bring more value to the car itself.