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I've owned black cars before and kept them show room finished, but my 2013 avenger looks like a 3 year old rubbed their hands all over my paint after I tried polishing it. I even had it detailed and after a year it came back even worse. Compound does nothing I've tried, what can I do? In the shade it looks fabulous and still feels smooth but when in direct sunlight it looks like sandpaper was used. What do I need? Someone told me to have a detailer wetsand the whole thing.
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Best bet is to find someone good that knows how to do buffing and polishing properly. It might cost you several hundred dollars but is definitely worth it.
 

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I'd go with what @Intrepid said. If that doesn't work, you'd need to take it in for a new set of paint and clear coat.
 

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Your best bet is to find a detailer who knows how to heat that paint up with a cutter compound. Basically what you have is micro scratches, I have found that wet sanding works best for isolated deeper scratches.
 
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