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I have no idea how I have gotten them, but I have scratches on my wood trim. They look like swirl scratches that you get from a bad car wash. Any ideas on how to get rid of them?

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You might try Gel-gloss which is sold at Home Depot. It's made to polish marble and other fine home materials. I've usee it on all my cars(with and w/o clearcoats) over the past 15 years. Try an inconspicuous spot first because it may dull the wood shine finish.

You could also check with a BWM dealer.

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