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    Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Again, another product that my friend and I are pressure-testing under abnormal conditions. Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat Nano Ceramic Car Coating is a cool product. 1 year + of protection with care and maintenance - recommended application of Advance Coat every 3-4 months to boost hydrophobic properties. So, my friend's car lives outside 24/7 365. It's January and cold, snow, harsh weather are present and then the spring melt. It will be a good opportunity to see how well it holds up outside of the regular usage. Overall, the product applies easily - wipe on, wipe off immediately after applying. The finish is great and puts a nice warm gloss over the vehicle's paint. This would be a nice alternative product for a customer that doesn't want the expense of a true coating, but the durability of something better than a sealant.



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    Re: Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Nice project car and project! Keep us posted!!
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    Re: Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Love that Subaru blue!
    2014 Ford Mustang GT Track Pack-Black
    2015 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab 4x4- Summit White

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    Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Didnít start well for me in my testing. I was testing against coating lites.

    Gloss was good but in the month that i had it on was well behind Tac Systems Moonlight, Adams Graphene Spray coating and PBL surface coating in beading and bead roll off.

    I Didnít give it the full 7 days of not getting wet but thatís also way behind the others i tried.

    It and PbL were behind the other two in performance and were on the same side of the hood. Iím hoping i messed up as i really wanted to like this product.

    Always love that Subie blue. You got erí shiny

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post

    I Didnít give it the full 7 days of not getting wet but thatís also way behind the others i tried.
    Needs to cure for 7 whole days before getting wet? Thatís insane. Thatís impossible even here in Southern California this time of year. Smh.

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    Needs to cure for 7 whole days before getting wet? Thatís insane. Thatís impossible even here in Southern California this time of year. Smh.
    Yeah i double checked their site before applying was surprised.

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    Re: Dr. Beasley's Plasma Coat - time will tell

    Sounds like this product is for a real garage queen.
    Treat it like it's the only one in the world.

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