It's been far too long since I've done anything with my car but drive it. The poor thing was badly in need of a bath and a rub down, so I've spent several hours over the past few days getting it all shined up again. Silver doesn't show the dirt much, until it's sparkly clean and you suddenly realise how shiny it is. I used the last of my P21S shampoo, kindly given to me by a neighbour, so I'll need more of that. Has anyone seen this in stores, or is it mail order only? I used 303 on the external black plastic and rubber parts, and they look almost new again. It didn't work as well on the nubbly dash inside, but mostly because the cloth I used kinda disintegrated - I'll try again with something sturdier. Next up is to clean the glass inside and out with Invisible Glass, vacuum the interior, clean the cabin air filter, replace a couple of burned out bulbs, install new wiper blades, and change the oil. I might be done by the end of the week. The smooth reddish-brown plastic on the dash and doors looks beautiful when wet, but that's gone as soon as they dry. Is there anything that will keep these parts 'wet' looking? I'm almost tempted to try a tile floor polish, but there aren't really any hidden areas to test it out on. I also cleaned the headlights with Meguiar's PlastX, and they look great. I looked at the complete kits, but bought just the bottle of liquid for much less, and used a couple of old socks that I keep as rags. I didn't do a side-by-side comparison, but the rags worked quite well. I may keep the bottle in the car, just to see if any cute girls would like me to buff their headlights for them.