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    Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Dr. Beasley?s LS-10 is the latest in 100% IN-ORGANIC Ceramic Nano Coatings. - YouTube

    1 minute ad for the product

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by DrBeasleys View Post
    Thank you for starting this thread!

    I'm Chris Racana, Director of Success at Dr. Beasley's and would like to share my personal experience with LS-10!

    Talk about ease of application! I coated the "family truckster" a couple of weeks ago. I sprayed a fine and even mist across the entire (dry) hood, wiped with microfiber towel to ensure even coverage, flipped microfiber towel to dry side, buffed off. I continued panel by panel... Super easy application as it good for glass and trim as well as paint!

    Anyway, LS-10 is not intended as a "topper". That is what our AdvanceCoat:Gloss, AdvanceCoat: Matte and AdvanceCoat: Glass products are for, rather it is a stand-alone product! However, LS-10 does pair well with our Z1 all-in-one product.

    Thanks again for starting the thread, curious to hear feedback!
    Does LS-10 have a cure time?

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Chris,

    Do the MF towels have to be thrown out after applications with LS-10? Any issues with this on the towels or sprayer head?

    Also since this says its a 1 year coating, can drying aids be used on top of it after a wash throughout that year?

    thanks

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    I'm also assuming the prep is the same for this as with other coatings?

    * I have yet to see Mike's vid, but the AG description makes no mention of prep*
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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    I’m interested to hear some members results. My usual go to for these type of results is CanCoat and it does more than what they claim so until I hear something else, I’ll just sit back and watch.

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by fly07sti View Post
    I’m interested to hear some members results. My usual go to for these type of results is CanCoat and it does more than what they claim so until I hear something else, I’ll just sit back and watch.
    It is supposed to be delivered tomorrow......hopefully I will get a chance to use it shortly and can at least report on the user experience

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    I would like to know about this also. When I use anything with a SIO2 in it the towels immediately go into an APC water bucket. So far so good, no crunchy towels.

    Quote Originally Posted by SR77 View Post
    Chris,

    Do the MF towels have to be thrown out after applications with LS-10? Any issues with this on the towels or sprayer head?

    Also since this says its a 1 year coating, can drying aids be used on top of it after a wash throughout that year?

    thanks
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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by fly07sti View Post
    I’m interested to hear some members results. My usual go to for these type of results is CanCoat and it does more than what they claim so until I hear something else, I’ll just sit back and watch.
    So....finally got the chance to try it. I'm not sure if it's this way with all coatings, spray or otherwise, but it seemed oily to me. Sprayed some onto my fingers, almost seemed like diluted cooking oil. Application is straightforward and simple. I had done a full decon to prep, and used Xtreme Solutions LV403 as a base for it. Allowed LV403 to cure for 24 hours. Can not say for sure if it improved the gloss, but it definitely game me better depth of color. It is not especially slick, but not grabby either.

    I'll keep this thread updated with longevity checks.

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by briarpatch View Post
    So....finally got the chance to try it. I'm not sure if it's this way with all coatings, spray or otherwise, but it seemed oily to me...It is not especially slick, but not grabby either.
    Some of the high durability coatings do have some form of oily ingredient in the carrier agent which probably helps with application, but it quickly flashes away as the product cures. You can see this if you try to buff out a coated area too soon and it starts to smear.

    In my experience, coatings and other products with the best hydrophobic properties are not overly slick to the touch. Not sure why, but something I've observed.
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    Dr. Beasley's NANO LS-10 Spray

    Hope it’s a winner..... In terms of water beading and sheeting.....Plasma coat was a dud.


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