Hi all. Been a while since I've posted here.. I've been kept busy with small maintenance and interior details recently.. I did have mkv Golf in for a single-day minor correction and interior tidy, but, was against the clock so had to crack on without the camera. Anyway, here's my latest (the Audi), and, another recent which might be of interest to you. Audi RS4 Avant b7 in Avus Silver Been on the books for a little while this one. I managed to meet the owner a couple of weeks back to cast my eye over the car and work out the best plan of attack. An exterior Minor Paint Correction Detail with added interior and engine-bay work was agreed on and a date was set. A single-stage minor correction focuses on light swirls and scratches; a polish combination tough enough to correct such defects but at the same time mild enough to give the refined and much desired jewelled look. Product 3M Glass Cleaner 3M Ultra fina AutoSmart G101 AutoSmart Tardis AutoSmart Reglaze AutoSmart Hazsafe AutoGlym Vinyl & Rubber Care AMDetails mild clay Belgom ALU Bilt Hamber Autofoam Chemical Guys JetSEAL109 Chemical Guys New Look Trim Gel Dodo Juice Born To Be Mild Jeffs Werkstat Prime Jeffs Werkstat Jett Trigger Iron-X LTT Auto Ultra leather kit Meguiars Super Degreaser Menzerna 203s Power Finish Menzerna 85RD 3.02 Intensive Polish Before: After: . Inspection. Vehicle doesnt get driven much but in this instance, it was left especially grubby just for me!  Overall, it looks to be a well cared for example. A bit soiled on the edges (door shuts, engine bay, wheels etc) but in all, a clean car. First up was the engine bay (all 4.2 V8 of it) The underside of the bonnet and the rest of the bay was soaked in Megs Super Degreaser and allowed to soak for a minute before light agitation. Rinsing at low pressure, the vehicle was left to idle to assist the drying out process. Later, once dried, all britework was polished with Jeffs Prime by hand (carbon fibre and metal work) and plastics/hoses/rubber dressed. Wheels. Starting off by degreasing the tyre walls with Megs Super Degreaser. Megs Wheel Brightener used for the inner rim and then AutoSmart G101 for the alloy facing and wheel arches. Agitated with a selection of brushes and mits. With the wheels rinsed down, Iron-X was used to help shift some of the more stubborn build-up in the wheel crevices. Iron filings, brake dust etc AutoSmart Tardis used to remove tar deposits on the arch lips. Before/After: With the engine and wheels out the way, my focus turned to the door shuts and sills. No after photos Im afraid. Grubby all round requiring multiple hits and finally some Tardis to help chew up some of stubborn grease. Lower half of the RS was soaked with AS Hazsafe and allowed to dwell. Bilt Hambers Autofoam applied soon after to help lift surface dirt prior to physical contact with the paintwork Once rinsed, heh, we had a pretty clean car!!