SL400 Magno Alanite Grey

Road Salt & Matte Paint Protection

Road salt is incredibly useful after a snow storm. It's cheap and it melts snow and ice to make driving and walking safer during winter. Winter Wonderland While it's great that the city salts the streets for you, road salt isn't all good. It's one of the best ways to make any car absolutely filthy in almost an instant. A few blocks driving after Read More

Paint Protection Ceramic Coating

Paint Protection Across the World

International Detailers Doku Auto Studio in Turkey uses Dr. Beasley's Nano Resin. This nano coating is hydrophobic, glossy, and scratch resistant. It prevents staining, fading, and etching and can be applied by  professional detailers or at-home enthusiasts. Nano requires only one coat to effectively protect paint and is easy to use. Check out Read More

matte black paint

Scratched Matte Paint

We've blogged about this topic on more than one occasion, but we still receive tons of comments and questions from our customers about scratched matte paint. Matte 101 There are some basic matte paint rules to know. Matte paint cannot be clayed, polished, or waxed. Ordinarily, these are the processes one would use to remove scratches from glossy Read More

Nano Coating Maintenance

Our nano coating lasts up to 3 years. It protects paint from staining, fading, etching, and it's scratch resistant. It also produces a seriously amazing, cold, sharp gloss and is insanely hydrophobic. If  you've already used it on your car, you already know that. If you haven't used it, try it out. Customers often ask us what they can do to help Read More

1969 E-Type Jaguar

Carnauba and Summer Are Incompatible

One of our favorite customer cars, the 1969 Red Jaguar E-Type came to see the Dr. Beasley's team to get glossy before a car show. Owner Bob left the beauty in our care, only asking that the red paint POP when he came back. Most people's first thought would be to use carnauba wax. It makes sense; you want your paint shiny and glossy. You don't Read More

Nano Resin Ceramic Coating Paint Protection

Nano Resin Ceramic Coating on a SEAT Leon FR

We have international distribution, which means that professional detailers all over the world use and love Dr. Beasley's products. Heroic Detailing in Istanbul took some great photos of a SEAT Leon FR with our Nano Resin on it! So much gloss. Nano Resin protects glossy paint from staining, fading, and etching for up to 3 years. It's scratch Read More

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

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

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

BMW 1M Detailed by Dr. Beasley’s With BMW BLOG

  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

Polish, Buff, How To

How to Avoid Polishing a Car

The title of this article may throw you for a loop. I understand. When you see a car that has some issues, your first instinct may be to grab a tool and go fix it. The only issue with that is that you're being extremely aggressive with your car's paint when you do that. As a result of using your machine buffer, something going to give, and it's Read More