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Cleaning Your Car With Distilled Water

If you’ve ever had personal experience removing water spots from your car’s paint, you know how much of a chore it can be. At Dr. Beasley’s we emphasize preventative maintenance, so we’re here to discuss the benefits of detailing your car with distilled water. Is Distilled Water the Same as Read More

Tesla Model 3 Launch

The Long Awaited Arrival of the Tesla Model 3

We’re sure you’ve heard the buzz about the release of the Tesla Model 3, their most affordable model to date. Starting at just $35,000 for the basic model, Tesla is finally going to be available to the masses. The Model 3 goes from 0 to 60 in less than 6 seconds, travels 215 miles per charge, seats Read More

Wax, Paint Sealant, and Coatings: What’s the Difference?

Waxes, sealants, and coatings are frequently discussed in the auto detailing world, by both professionals and enthusiasts. But what makes them different from each other? Which product is appropriate for which scenarios? The terms waxes, sealants, and coatings, are organized as such for good Read More

Are Matte Cars Just A Fad?

We’ve been wondering, as matte paint care experts, are matte cars here to stay? Flat Broke As few as 10 years ago, a matte paint job could also be called a trailer park paint job. The flat finish looked like primer. To many, it meant that the owner of the car was financially incapable of Read More

Your Car’s Carpet & Upholstery are Filthy

We’re talking about carpets and upholstery in your car and the common problems associated with those surfaces. Carpet and upholstery in cars is found on the floors, mats, seats, door panels (throw it back to the 1970’s), and headliners. How Come Carpets are Problematic? Carpet and upholstery Read More

Cleaning a Glossy Car With Matte Accents in 3 Easy Steps

We receive tons of questions from customers regarding how to deal with glossy cars with matte accents. People want to know if using matte products to care for the matte accents will damage or change the glossy parts of their car. The answer is no, but only if you use the right tools and methods. Read More

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 Read More

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), Read More

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 Read More

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 Read More