At Dr. Beasley’s, we know there’s a lot of advice out there regarding summer car care. Most of the available information deals with air conditioning, tire pressure, and other exterior-oriented suggestions. All of those topics are definitely important, but we’re here to offer a different angle on summer car care: interior care. We’ll break down
Getting the Smell of Cigarette Smoke Out of Your Vehicle Cigarette smoke is one of the most pervasive odors there is and one of the most difficult to remove from close quarters like your vehicle. I’ve seen smoke smell get behind door panels and discolor the white vapor barrier inside. Smoke build-up sometimes forms a yellow coating that sticks
The other day we found a not-so-happy surprise at the shop. We performed a complete interior detail on a car whose owners noticed a smell coming from inside their car. They thought it was from juice or milk that had spilled and started to rot. Little did they know, the smell was actually coming from the rotting carcass of a mouse.
2012 was a big year for us here at Dr. Beasley’s. We detailed a lot of cars, wrote a lot of articles, went to our first SEMA Show, and got the opportunity to talk to a lot of our loyal readers. Anyway, we've decided to share with you the most trafficked posts on Behind the Detail in 2012. I'll rank the top ten here in order so you can get an idea
Ah, St. Patty's day! It's coming quickly, and if you're someone in a relatively populous area that has even a wee bit of Irish heritage, you know what kind of party March 17th is. So what's this have to do with car care? Designated drivers + packed cars + notorious drinking holiday = vomit. If you've never been fortunate enough to drive drunk
Removing Moisture and Bacteria From Your Car Water damage can occur due to a number of reasons. Some of the more common occurrences include leaving a window or sunroof open during rain, flooding, and draining system leak. The moisture sits in the car, which is essentially a box with very few exit points for liquids, and can lead to molding,
Removing Spill-caused Car Odors In a sense, our cars are an extension of our homes. We eat, drink, play, and occasionally even sleep in our four wheeled friends, but what do you do when your car starts to stink? Offensive odors can occur from just about anything, whether you spilled your lunch, your milk, or your coffee. These odors are generally
Keep Your Car Smelling Fresh We all know how horrifying car odors can be. Whether it's the mess your dog left or a spilt glass of milk, accidents happen that can cause powerful odors and future headaches. Over the next few weeks, we'll be covering how to remove some of the most pungent fumes based on how they're caused. We will be showing you how