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    Re: Dr. Beasley NSP Z1

    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Encinitas View Post

    TACsystem Total One Essential primer polish looks similar to that, Mike.

    It doesn’t have fillers in it.
    We don't know that Z1 has fillers either. That's a really vague term especially with this single new category of product.

    Names for this new category

    1. Cleaner/Coating
    2. Primer
    3. Cleaner/Ceramic
    4. Cleaner/Ceramic Coating
    5. Ceramic AIO



    I'm not even sure what to call this new category.


    One thing for sure - if a product is leaving itself behind - that is - if the "Protection Component" is leaving itself behind on the surface -this is the act of filling.

    Call it filling. Call it coating over. Call it layering onto the paint.

    Whatever you want to call it - if the protection component is left on the surface this is the same "act" as a filler.


    Make sense?

    I do know what you're talking about as it relates to fillers but everyone needs to also understand the role of a surface sealer no matter what it's made out of.


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    Re: Dr. Beasley NSP Z1

    Nice results for sure. Any ideas on how long it will last on the paint? Also, how far does a tube of this go? This looks like a nice product for my camaro, as it’s not a DD so it doesn’t see harsh conditions.


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    Re: Dr. Beasley NSP Z1

    Quote Originally Posted by JDGolden View Post
    Nice results for sure. Any ideas on how long it will last on the paint? Also, how far does a tube of this go? This looks like a nice product for my camaro, as it’s not a DD so it doesn’t see harsh conditions.


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    One tube is 8 oz. which should be enough to do a F-Body 6-7 times over.
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    Re: Dr. Beasley NSP Z1

    Quote Originally Posted by 98CayenneTA View Post
    I should have explained my reasoning a bit instead of just firing it out there but here is my thoughts....

    I absolutley do not doubt it has a good correcting ability.
    The reason I pointed my finger a bit at some type of filler capabilities is I have not done a full correction on this vehicle but have messed around with it a bit.

    The main thing that made me jump to that conclusion is that this clear is pretty hard and the damage is a bit more severe than I was able to capture in the photo but was able to correct it to near perfection. I have in the past on the driver's side fender, (Dr. Beasley was on passenger) tested to see where I could get with Menzerna 400 and a white Buff & Shine pad using a 21mm da and did not come close to the results I got with Dr. Beasley. Which would jump this product ahead of many serious compounds out there and be able to finish as good or better than a lot of polishes.

    The very thick consistency was another reason that led me to believe filling capabilities.

    No matter which way you cut it, personally I am VERY impressed with this product and absolutley will be using this on a regular basis.
    Why not do a heavy IPA wipe down and find out if it has fillers?

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    Re: Dr. Beasley NSP Z1

    Quote Originally Posted by 98CayenneTA View Post
    One tube is 8 oz. which should be enough to do a F-Body 6-7 times over.
    Great estimate of product usage, thanks!
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    Re: Dr. Beasley NSP Z1

    After messing around with this product I still love it but need to give a update that applies to post #1 and use with a rotary....

    After working with it more and after closer inspection I do not see this being a rotary option. It is just a bit to grabby and does leave behind holograms/trail's.

    As far as da...I still love this product for a AIO. Just used it to do a 1979 Pontiac Firebird, Rootbeer barrel brown metallic. Turned out very nice and was a perfect option for that vehicle. Sorry, no picture's.
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