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    Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer



    Dr. Beasley’s NSP Z1




    I know there's been a lot of interest in this new product.

    In simple words, it's a Ceramic AIO.

    Like wax-based or sealant-based AIOs - the Z1 can do paint correction, polishing and then leaves behind a unique nano-structure resin/coating formulated using TiO2, (Titanium Dioxide), and SiO2 (Silicone Dioxide).


    AND - Jim Lafeber aka Dr. Beasley's states that you can top the results using his coatings, 1201, Nano-Resin or AdvanceCoat: Gloss.


    Dr. Beasley's Formula 1201 Paint Coating

    Dr. Beasley's Nano-Resin Hydrophobic Coating

    Dr. Beasley's AdvanceCoat: Gloss


    Or any other brand of ceramic coating and my guess would be quartz and polymer coatings and as time progresses, graphene coatings. Your choice, and without using a panel wipe before applying the coating.



    Get your Dr. B's Z1 here,

    Dr. Beasley’s NSP Z1




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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    For more info,


    Here's my first review of the Z1


    Review: Dr. Beasley's NSP Z1 - One Step Primer & Nanocoating with Ti02 & Si02 + Composite Engineered Abrasives


    Dr. Beasley's NSP Z1 - One Step Primer & Nanocoating with Ti02 & Si02









    Here's my first review for the Nano Surface Primers

    Review: Dr Beasley's Nano Surface Primers and 1201 Paint Coating - 1947 Dodge Panel Delivery Streetrod







    Here's my Show -N-Shine for Z1 (not finished yet)


    Mellow Yellow 2-door Chevy - Dr. Beasley's Z1 - Corrected & Sealed - 1965 Corvette






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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer



    Dr. Beasley’s NSP Z1




    I know there's been a lot of interest in this new product.

    In simple words, it's a Ceramic AIO.

    Like wax-based or sealant-based AIOs - the Z1 can do paint correction, polishing and then leaves behind a unique nano-structure resin/coating formulated using TiO2, (Titanium Dioxide), and SiO2 (Silicone Dioxide).


    AND - Jim Lafeber aka Dr. Beasley's states that you can top the results using his coatings, 1201, Nano-Resin or AdvanceCoat: Gloss.


    Dr. Beasley's Formula 1201 Paint Coating

    Dr. Beasley's Nano-Resin Hydrophobic Coating

    Dr. Beasley's AdvanceCoat: Gloss


    Or any other brand of ceramic coating and my guess would be quartz and polymer coatings and as time progresses, graphene coatings. Your choice, and without using a panel wipe before applying the coating.



    Get your Dr. B's Z1 here,

    Dr. Beasley’s NSP Z1




    I worked with this product at an event here locally in the Chicago area. Several members of the Dr Beasley team instructed us as we worked on an older dark colored BMW. This product had long working time and did a really nice job. I was impressed with the NSP Z1 product.

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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinmfitz View Post

    I worked with this product at an event here locally in the Chicago area. Several members of the Dr Beasley team instructed us as we worked on an older dark colored BMW.
    Sounds like fun. Jim and his team are great people.



    Quote Originally Posted by kevinmfitz View Post

    This product had long working time and did a really nice job.
    That's a key feature we all love in our compounds, polishes and AIOs.


    Quote Originally Posted by kevinmfitz View Post

    I was impressed with the NSP Z1 product.
    Agree.

    One of the things I stated in my first review of the NSP Primers, the review with the old 2-door Dodge, is that abrasive technology is one of the most difficult products to introduce into an established line. And when I found out Jim and team were introducing a completely brand new abrasive technology I though, that's a huge undertaking. But they did it.


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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    They need to rethink the main product labeling (in red) on the Z1. At first glance it suggests only that it is a primer, along the same lines as 45/95/150.

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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    Quote Originally Posted by 57Rambler View Post
    They need to rethink the main product labeling (in red) on the Z1. At first glance it suggests only that it is a primer, along the same lines as 45/95/150.
    Feel free to share and even elaborate - Jim and team have been sent the link to this thread and will read everyone’s comments.


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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    So they have four different primers.
    As a novice, how would I choose which one to buy?

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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    Me...Keep it the way it is...

    Z1 is Ceramic AIO.

    150/95/45 are the correcting primers.

    That's it....!

    Simple and easy!

    And love their color scheme!

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    Re: Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    I agree it needs an AIO type designation. I think for the average enthusiast, they would overlook the the line entirely due to the primer designation. That term has no meaning for the average person.

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    Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer

    Too much emphasis on coatings and not enough on primers?

    Personally, I like primers. Having used CarPro Essence and TACsystem Total One Essential polishes, they leave the surface so satisfyingly smooth and glossy. Teaming them up with one of the topper spray coatings is a great way to get 50-75% results of a multi-year ceramic coating (from my experience).

    Two of my cars have primers plus toppers. And a friend’s car I maintain has just the topper. Fun way to experiment. One of the downsides is the lack of rain. It hasn’t rained here since April. If only I were joking. Now available - Dr. Beasley's Z1 Ceramic AIO Primer


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