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4 Ways To Get Your Car Sparkling For Summer!

Now that winter is finally over, summer is here! That means more time to spend outside cruising, and of course, caring for your car. Here's some tips to get that perfect shine, clean seats, and radiant rims! Read More

Silver Corvette Stingray

Why We “Temporarily” Protect Automotive Paint Finishes

Lately, we at Dr. Beasley's have been examining the vast concept that is paintwork protection, as we consider this a top priority when it comes to cosmetic car care. The main idea we're shouldering is that of temporary protection versus long-term protection—the former being paint sealants and waxes, while the latter refers to products promising 2+ Read More

Lamborghini in Summer & Porsche in Winter

How Weather & Climate Affect Car Care

Depending on where you are located in the world, weather and climate play a huge role in maintaining the appearance of your car. Some places, like Chicago, have four distinct seasons while others, like Arizona, really only have one or two. Internationally speaking it gets even wackier—there's sand to deal with in much of the Middle East, constant Read More

Car Paint Sealant on Corvette

The Best Polish You’ll Ever Buy a paint sealant. No, really, it is. You see, the idea behind polishing is that, by use of abrasives, you can revive your car's beaten paint back to pristine condition. While this is true and achievable, there is a major cost here: your clear coat. As I've mentioned before, overpolishing has become a major problem in the detailing world. What Read More

Detailing Products

6 Detailing Products You Should Be Using (& Probably Aren’t)

While increasing your detailing IQ will gradually help you become a better detailer, using the right products can immediately improve your skills. And whether you're an early adopter of the following products or you've never touched them before, one thing's for sure: you should be using them. These car care products were chosen because they make Read More

GT Haus Black and White BMW M5

Beginner’s Guide To Detailing: Paintwork Protection

For the latest addition to our Beginner's Guide to Detailing, I'm going to dish out some information regarding paintwork protection. This series, as many of you know, is geared toward increasing the amateur detailer's detailing IQ - focusing on facts, tips, and proper procedure. I consider paintwork protection to be the single most important Read More

Paint Protection Water Beading on White Car

5 Tips For Selecting Paint Protection Products

There's no shortage of car waxes available to consumers, and picking one out is so confusing it might as well be a drinking game. You've got thousands of companies in a virtual bidding war for your attention, and, unfortunately, this leads to a whole bunch of misconceptions when it comes to selecting the best paintwork protection product for your Read More

Red Corvette Being Waxed

Top 5 Threats to Your Wax’s Longevity

Wouldn't it be great if you could magically make that layer of wax last, oh, I don't know... three years? How amazing would it be to achieve the best durability and never lose that freshly applied shine? While it'd sure be awesome, the truth is there are other factors gunning for the downfall of your freshly bonded protection layer - some that are Read More

Yellow Lamborghini Close Up

The New ‘Wash & Wax’

In the past, washing and waxing your car by hand probably meant a good hour or so of time spent detailing. If you opted for a paint sealant, tack a few more hours on for bonding and cure time. While washing and waxing has pretty much been unchanged for as long as the industry has been around, I'm going to show you an innovative alternative that can Read More

Layering Car Wax on Blue Aston Martin

Layering Waxes

Maybe you've heard of the practice, maybe you haven't. Either way, layering waxes is widely used throughout the cosmetic car care world, and for plenty of reasons. The main two? Shine and protection. That said, all layering is not created equal. You'll soon see that the product(s) you choose make all the difference, but at the end of the day there Read More