I was really getting tired of my Milano Red looking pink so I attempted to buff some of the oxidation off of the trunk lid for starters. What an arm pump I got. Took me 3 hours to buff the oxidation out with Turtle wax rubbing compound and I went alittle too far in some spots where I can see some dark spots from the sealer/primer showing thru the red paint. Now I have to polish out the scratches tomorrow and buff with wax. I can’t beleive how much labor it is to buff out. But I do have serious oxidation, like my roof, it is actually white not pink. I tried to use a little 6" buffer, but it seemed that it went faster by hand. I have tried color match wax and it didnt help a bit so I figured cutting thru the oxidized clear coat was my only option besides painting(which isn’t an option right now). And I think that my bumpers have no chance of buffing out, so I am going to buy some Import paint at the local auto store that has my paint code. Hope they turn out decent, then maybe I can get by untill I can land a good job with better pay. My arms are tweaked. If anyone has any product ideas to make this chore easier, let me know. Oh, and the 6" buffer I bought for $20 says it is only for waxing, and I did use it for that purpose and it did great, my arms finally got a rest.