Kawasaki, H2, H2R, Silver Mirror Paint, Protection

Kawasaki Silver Mirror Paint Protection Provided by Dr. Beasleys’ Nano-Resin

Kawasaki is getting ready to release their newest motocycles, the H2 and H2R. These motorcycles are special not only because they're some of the fastest bikes on the market, but because they come with a brand new, super glossy paint finish. Kawasaki named this paint Silver Mirror. Shortly after their demo motorcycle traveled the country to be on Read More

MTE Show, Dr. Beasley's, The IDA

Five Reasons Why MTE is the Best Professional Detail Show of the Year

I just got back from my third year attending the Mobile Tech Expo, which is held each January in Orlando. Each time I’ve gone, I’ve been completely blown away by this fantastic event, and it gets better each year. Here are five reasons why you should consider attending: 1. Amazing people come to MTE! The first year I attended, back in 2013, I Read More

Nano-Resin, Protect, Silver Mirror Paint, Kawasaki

Cleaning/Protecting Kawasaki’s New Silver Mirror Paint

Kawasaki is on the brink of revealing two new motorcycles, the Ninja H2 and H2R. Fascinating new bikes. The H2 is designed for consumer street use while the H2R is strictly a track bike. The thing that makes these bikes unique to us is they have a new paint that no one has ever seen before. The Silver Mirror Paint is painted by hand for each and Read More

Beading, Sheeting, Water Spots

Beading vs Sheeting: Pros and Cons

Having good beads on a car after a rain storm may look great, but what about it’s equally talented and misunderstood younger brother? Sheeting. Beading and sheeting both have their merits and downsides. However, what’s best for your car and what do you prefer? Let’s outline a few of the pros and cons of each: Beading: Pros: When you see Read More

BMW, BMWBLOG, 2011 1M, Detailing, Matte Vinyl

Dr. Beasley’s and BMWBLOG Team Up to Detail 2012 BMW 1M

  A few weeks ago, we got together with BMWBLOG to provide a content rich article centralized around their 2011 BMW 1M. The 1M is a regularly driven vehicle with its fair share of light scratching and marring in the paint. The car also has a matte vinyl roof and a vinyl stripe down the middle of the car that needed tending to. Read More

Car Wash, Waterless, How to

Waterless Car Wash Techniques – What to Look For?

There's been a severe lack of rainfall and water shortages going on in California and other parts of the west coast. It's become very apparent how much that's impacting our industry. People are getting fined for washing their cars in their driveways and are urged to not wash their cars at all, even in recycled wash bays. Obviously we don't want to Read More

Skunk, goop, paint, removing

The Mystery Behind the Skunk That Ruined a New Car

Once in a blue moon we get an inquiry that completely throws us for a loop! In collaboration with many International Detailing Association (IDA) members, a detailing issue appeared to have been solved over a lengthy e-mail chain that included some of the best minds in the industry. The situation was fixed, then it came back, and ultimately never Read More

Detailing,

7 Things We Need to Stop Doing to Our Cars

For some car owners a water drop is akin to a drop of acid on the skin. These kinds of people seriously consider a new paint job when a paint chip occurs on the hood of their car. However, for many of us we treat our cars as basic entity of daily living: a mode of transportation, a toy, a coffee table, or even a luggage rack. I can think of 8 Read More

overspray, paint, matte, removing

Removing Overspray from a Matte Black Harley Davidson

Overspray from a construction site littered a matte black Harley Davidson the other day. Needless to say, that's no way to ride around the city and show off such an awesome bike.  Luckily we got our hands on the bike and were able to restore it back to it's original clean factory look. Contaminants like overspray, sap, road grime, and tar are Read More

Bid Poop, Paint Etching,

Cleaning Bird Poop From Your Car: The Acidic Nightmare

It looks harmless enough, if not rather disgusting, driving along when a big splat of bird poop splatters all over the hood of your car. It looks terrible but you just drive through it not knowing how aggressive that powerful organic acid is when reacting chemically with your automotive paint. If you did, you would rush to the first available Read More