To get swirls (car wash scratches) you're going to need something stronger then what you have there as far as polish goes. I found a new product last year...it's a wax stripper. First I wash my car. Then I use this new wax stripper. Wax stripper gets rid of all of the wax and makes it easier to polish the car. Then I wet sand (if needed, which my Solstice hasn't been done in years). Then polish. And now I ceramic coat rather then wax. It's sooooo much easier to take care of over a waxed car. Then when it needs it, a bit of paint protection to give it the wet look throughout the year... But the paint protection only lasts 2 or 3 washes because of the ceramic coating.
Solo Street Race exhaust
ASAP T2 stripes and badging
Windrestrictor V2 lighted in white
Windrestrictor lighted door sills lighted in white
DDM Works IC Piping
Undercar LEDs in white to match Windrestrictor
ZZPerformance dyno tuned - 286HP, 317ft/lbs of torque at 23psi of boost.