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Waterless Wash – The Full Picture

We know we’ve voiced some potentially controversial opinions regarding waterless wash in the past. We’re back to provide a more detailed explanation on waterless washes.  What is “Waterless”? The term waterless refers only to the process used to wash your car, not the product itself. Almost all waterless wash products contain water in their Read More

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Summer Interior Care Series Pt. III

Clean, condition, protect, or as all of our bottles say, “Clean, Prep, Protect”. We’ve reached the final part of our Summer Interior Care series and it’s all about ensuring your interior surfaces are protected. Summer is prime time for UV damage and body oil transfer (everyone sweats, it's okay), and that means you've got to protect your Read More

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Summer Interior Care Series Pt. II

Now that you know how to properly clean your interior, we need to address the next step in summer interior care. Conditioning, or moisturizing, is extremely important, especially in summer months. You might think interior conditioning only applies to leather surfaces, but it’s also necessary with surfaces like vinyl and plastic. Why Read More

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Summer Interior Care Series Pt. I

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 Read More

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5 Things You Need to Know About IR Curing

We’ve recently received a number of inquiries via Instagram (@drbeasleys) from detailers across the U.S. regarding infrared curing for nano coatings. Even though infrared is generally a pretty boring topic if you're not a scientist, we're going to spice it up by addressing it within the context of car detailing. To begin, we kind of have to give Read More

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DIY Detailing With Home Products

If you're a DIY detailer, chances are you've heard about using some products from your home to detail your car. The Dr. Beasley's team is here to tell you which products are safe for your car, and which to avoid. We'll start by looking at some things that might appear to be logical for detailing, but when examined more closely, might be better to Read More

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Polishing Outside? Risks and Alternatives

Polishing a car outside in the elements doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me. However, there are restrictions that limit people from adhering to best practices. So how do we make the best of the situation? What to do Before You Polish a Car The two main steps to prep a car to be polished are clean and decontaminate.  Cleaning is obvious, but Read More

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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

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What’s Wrong With Brake Dust?

Brake dust is one of the most aggressive corrosives in the automotive appearance industry. Even if the rest of the car is clean, dirty wheels equal a dirty car. So what is it about brake dust that is so harmful to your wheels and what’s the best way to clean and keep your wheels safe? What Do You Need to Look Out For? Brake dust is Read More

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The Basic Components to Detailing a Car

Detailing a car is quite a bit more extensive than just washing your car. Washing you car could be as simple as soap and water and a vacuum. However, if you're looking to really deep clean your car for either a sale or an event, follow this guide to learn how to detail a car. Let's Start with the Interior 1.  Carpets and Fabrics.  Remove Read More