Well, as some of you may know, my S4 has been up for sale for a while. Having just found out about a new job, I am no longer so worried if she sells or not. That being the case, this weekend is the final weekend she will be up for sale. Got a couple guys coming round. Had one round last night, so thought I'd better get her cleaned up a little. Well, inevitably I ran out of time. He arrived before I could wax/polish her, but just after it had its first clay bar taken over her (certainly in my possession, but likely ever), and the first time I've ever used one. Anyway, so here is a "wee" write up of what I did. This is my first post in this section, so go easy. And she will be picture heavy. So, first things first, what are we dealing with here? And that wasn't even that long ago she had her last wash. Filthy. So, first off, a wee snow foam with Meguires Hyper Wash. Then that was rinsed off before hitting with a wash mitt, again, with MHW, using the famed 2 bucket method. Not much point in taking photos at this stage I thought. Anyway, so after that was done, I hit the wheels with Meguires Hot Rims All Wheel Cleaner. Pretty good stuff. So she was looking relatively clean after this: Thought I'd see if I could get a better pic than I already have of the damaged wing. Anyway, it was then time to move onto the claying operation. Well, I always do my car cleaning shopping last minute. As such, and the fact I wasn't anywhere near Polished Bliss, or any other good stockists, I was reduced to whatever they had in Halfords. So it was Some Meguires clay kit I bought. Having never used any clay kit before, I was a bit unsure on how I was meant to use it. Anyway, I can only assume it was correctly as after my first panel, the clay looked like this: And after doing the whole car, it looked like this: So, I then proceeded to take some more photos post clay: Then the guy showed up to see the car. After he left, it was too dark, so tucked her up in the garage for the night. This afternoon, I went out and hit her with Meguires NXT Generation Tech Wax Spray. I quite like this stuff. Its easy to use, and I got good results. Couldn't be bothered going out and taking some good finished pics though, as even though I only spent about 4 hours in total getting here, it feels like almost 2 days, lol. Just gonna sit down and have a couple beers. I have found a spot to take photos close by though, so hopefully, if the weather is good, I'll be out and get them photos, and upload them here. This evening, with the help of a few beers, I shall also start on the inside. Nothing exciting, just a hoover, polish, some leather cleaner, then leather treatment. Will try to get some pics of that too. Thanks for taking the time to read.