Re: "swirls" in my paint
Likely the source of your spiderwebbing is the chamois. You likely had the spiderwebbing before, but either you didn't notice, or this time the chamois was dirty. Chamois are very unforgiving with the slightest amount of dirt and debris, and that Burgundy color is dark enough to show every defect.
Two primary approaches to resolving the spiderwebbing issue: by hand with a sealer & glaze to help hide them, or by machine with a polish to help remove them.
If you've never clayed the vehicle, likely this would be a good time to do so, followed by either the hand or machine approach.
A common hand method is a 3-phase process beginning with a pre-wax cleaner, followed by a sealer & glaze, and then a wax protective coat. In Mothers-speak, this is our 3-phase Ultimate Wax System.
A common machine method, ideally with a dual-action random-orbital (easy to use for the consumer) is a machine polish, such as our PowerPolish. Follow that with a wax protective coat.
To help prevent this spiderwebbing in the future, invest in some good microfiber products: waffle-weave drying towels, some plush detailing towels, and some polishing cloths, as well as applicators.