Really good stuff Menzerna. The final polish is quite "mild" so you might have to switch around buffer pads to get the results you want. It sounds as though you've used it before so I'm sure you're aware of this.
Working on the battery isolation, aux power outputs, lighting controller setup for the Rav. All this is on a prototype bench but I now have some preliminary code and now have a keypad communicating via a 3 wire serial connection with the microcontroller...now to get an LCD screen to communicate with a serial connection, then it's controlling of relays and doing PWM to control the brightness of lights.
I removed the cross braces on my roof rack. I used the forum ssearch function to find advice and instructions on how to do the job. Worked like a charm and took only 10 minutes....no scratches on the RAV and no blood drawn by the RAV mechanic - me.
Now it will be much easier to wash, drive quieter at highway speeds and reduce air resistance.
Did my bi-weekly RAV4 beast inspection....checked tire pressures, emptied waste basket bag and checked all fluid levels under the hood. Found one the six battery cells slightly low on fluid so I added a teaspoon or so of distilled water to top it off.
installed a k&n drop in filter, had the diff, engine and tranny oil replaced. i also had the radiator flushed and coolant changed. rear brakes were adjusted and cleaned. changed front brake hoses, changed master cylinder, changed brake pads, and also rear brake lines