Find a detailer near you that will also do PPF if that's what you want, there are lots of them. Polishing cars is what they do, sometimes calling it 'paint correction' it's how you remove marks and scratches.Thanks all for the comprehensive responses as always I really do appreciate it. I’ll take some pictures tomorrow of the mark left by the bird poo. At this point I’m really regretting not getting the vehicle PPF’d.
Any advice on what I should do next, as I’m thinking of having PPF applied at this point so I don’t have to worry too much about issues like this moving forward but need to get all the scratches, chips etc fixed first? Any recommendations on suppliers to visit?
P.S. Tesla denied at every step of the way that the paint had any issues from factory but just the amount of threads about paint imperfections on this forum alone tells a different story, what could we do about it as community?
I'm a bit of PPF skeptic personally, it's not impenetrable and you then seem to have both the paint to repair and the PPF to replace. The norm is to be careful with how you wash the car to avoid adding more swirls, touch up any stone chips which will happen, and have it detailed every couple of years to deal with anything that's there.
The only cars that can have perfect bodywork are the one's in museums behind ropes so no one even touches them. If it's a vehicle you drive down the road it's going to be imperfect.
Go look at the number of threads about paint in any other car manufacturer forum, it'll be the same.