The other day a gentleman came into the detailing shop we own in Chicago to get a "Complete Exterior". We took a look at this car and saw that it was in fair condition with a few deep scratches in key areas. We decided to take it in and told him he could pick it up at the end of the day.
Last week we wrote an article about the new release of Glass Serum by Dr. Beasley's. The article contained the basics and the general uses of this new product but it didn't go much in depth. We like to provide you with the details and science of products because the more you know about the products
Rumors are far too common in the automobile world in regards to matte paint. People love it. People hate it. But like we've been saying all along, matte paint is not as difficult as you may have heard! Our office frequently gets calls, e-mails, tweets, and comments in regards to matte paint. We
Glass Serum is the latest in the line of Dr. Beasley's innovative products. Glass Serum is a spray on product that will make glass scratch resistant. This product is unique in many ways, for one, it's not limited to sole use on cars. Glass Serum is a specially formulated spray on
Instagram just updated their program for mobile devices. OK, got it. We've all seen it, so what? Well Behind the Detail with Dr. Beasley's is starting the InstaDiagnosis service for all of you with questions in regard to your car. Let me explain. Saturday afternoon you're driving your car after
In the realm of detailing and car maintenance, the undercarriage is often overlooked. A full car detail cannot be complete without paying attention to the bottom side of the car as well. It's like spending time in the gym and only doing chest and arm exercises. Sure those areas look great, but
Late last night Ford unveiled the new 2015 Ford Mustang to be released next year. A much anticipated release as they have been alluding to a complete design overhaul. And yes, this did live up to this statement. There are a few major mechanical improvements in this car. One of these lies with
When matte paint finishes first became popular there were two ways to do it. You could rattle can the heck out of your car for $30 and live with the results of your craftiness, or spend a fortune for a specialized professional. However, now there are quite a few different ways to get that same
Matte paint finishes have many similarities and many differences from glossy paint finishes. One major difference between the two is the visibility of micro scratches. When referring to micro scratches people usually mean one of a few different things including swirl marks, holograms, spider
The paradigm that resides in any old car is the eventual breaking down of parts. The turn of phrase comes to mind, "Once one thing goes, everything goes." You can only hope that when something goes wrong, it's not going to leave you on the side of the road stranded waiting for a tow truck.