Automotive detailing is my happy place... I know it's weird, but its calming for me... Put on the some music, get out all the supplies, and start cleaning. At the end you are tired and sore, but the results make it worth it. That said, I'm been putting this off because the previous owner did a terrible job and left dried polish/wax in hard to reach corners like between the door handles and body of the car, and in-between the letters in the emblem. Rather than taking the time to tape off areas you don't want to get polish/wax on, some people just go crazy every where. Oh well, looking way way better now.
Up next, looking for a SQ5 flat bottom steering wheel, 034 Motorsports lowering springs, and the RSQ5 front grill. I'm always looking for new wheels, but at the same time, I'm going to loose that comfort you get with the 19's if you go bigger. Don't think I would do anything bigger than 20's as I like that meaty look vs the super low profile tire.
My wash method:
March 2008 - Wax and Polish
Gave the S4 it's first full detailing (waxing)... Looks awesome!
I tried to do the clear corner headlight modification. Got the headlight out but just did not have the right tool to remove the orange reflectors. Headlamps are still looking stock as of now.
After a day playing around in a snow covered parking lot I now know for sure that I am needing a new clutch. Time to upgrade to a Audi RS4 Clutch kit .
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