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Aye! T-Cut do a version for metallic paint, where the abrasives are better suited to the clearcoat.
But T-Cut is generally reckoned to be be very aggressive. You can probably get milder polishes that will do the same job but with much less abrasion of the top-coat.
The oft-mentioned Autoglym Super-Resin Polish is about as mild a polish as it's possible to get. It may be worth giving the beast a punt with that and see what you end up with. SRP also contains fillers which can give the appearance that it has reduced any swirling, as obviously you won't be able to get all teh swirls out by hand (short of spending 20 days on the job) so masking the remaining ones is a Good Thing.
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