So, as some of you from my other forums may know, I've been extremely busy with college lately :graduation: This hasn't left me with much time to detail my own car as most of the time I'm detailing it's other people's rides. :shakehead: Also, I've decided to sell my prized 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt SS. There is nothing wrong with the car, I've just decided that I'd rather sell it and have ~20 grand in my pocket :headbang: I figure with $27,000 total after selling the car I can start contributing to a Roth IRA or other retirement account and retire a few years early and also have enough for a down payment on a house as I already have a 2007 Cobalt LT I drive daily. However, Wendy White SS will be surely missed. Due to work and college, I have to do the complete detail before I sell it in multiple parts depending on what days I'm off and free so there will be several parts to this escapade (at the moment I'm thinking four-Undercarriage, wheels/tires/wheel wells, interior, and then paint decontamination (rail dust) and correction.) Today I decided to do the undercarriage. I wasn't expecting to get perfect results and decided that whatever APC+ and SD wouldn't get rid of accompanied by some scrubbing I would leave on there as the next owner probably won't care as much as I do anyways. But I wanted to add something to my 'For Sale' Advertisement that others might not have--a clean undercarriage :headbang: Enough jabber, on to the pictures! --Befores-- --Chemicals Used-- --Tools Used-- --Results-- --Before & After Comparisons-- I also did the exhaust while I was down there :giggle: As you can see, the results aren't perfect. There were a few areas that I couldn't get to and will have to do when I take the wheels and tires off for part 2. But overall, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. Thanks for looking!