I just got a new VW in "Candy white." I've never owned a white car before and I am now questioning my decision as the car looks the same whether it's been through a rain-storm or washed, clayed, waxed, polished and sealed. :doh: Anyway, the problem is that the car looks absolutely disgusting in sunlight. I can find scratches left by the dealer everywhere. Every panel has scratches that are fairly deep. On the hood I also found one long scratch that I could not buff out using a DA polisher and even the minor scratches seem to not buff out at all (It could be because I used a non-cutting pad with Ultimate Compound on a DA polisher). I am a total noob to this and I don't usually have time to spend hours in the garage trying new things. I can probably try to remove the scratches in 2 weeks but may not have time to try anything different for a while. So, the question is: Is it worth trying to remove them or should I just leave it as is? I keep reading white paint is hard and usually a single stage paint which means I don't have a lot of paint thickness to work with. I am afraid of complaining to the dealer as I'd have to trust the same guys to messed it up to fix the issue although they have a group of detailers in their Audi dealership that are apparently really good at what they do.