I had paint correction and cQuartz Finest applied the week of delivery of my Model S with the hope of preventing those dreaded swirls on my car's finish. It's now been less than a month - the car has been hand-washed maybe 3 times, waxed twice, and yet there are already visible white lines/marks all over the car, especially visible in direct sunlight. My detailer informed me that the "swirls" I'm seeing are not actually swirls in the paint, and are a normal part of the clear coat, and that they're impossible to get rid of. What is he talking about? Is there any truth to this? Are there really two types of "swirling"? One that is "normal clear coat", and another that's damage that can be removed? BTW, I wish I didn't care about this stuff.