Kawasaki endorses Dr. Beasley’s paint for new bikes - Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Kawasaki endorses Dr. Beasley’s paint for new bikes

CHICAGO — The motorcycles require special care to maintain their metallic-like appearances.

CHICAGO — Kawasaki USA recommends Dr. Beasley’s Nano-Resin Coating Kits and Final Finish Detail Spray as preferred products for its new Ninja H2 and H2R motorcycles, according to a press release.

The bikes feature Silver Mirror Paint, a hand-applied silver-flake paint, noted the release. The paint requires special care to maintain the metallic-like appearance.

The H2R will come with Dr. Beasley’s products, stated the release.

Read also: Chrysler prescribes Dr. Beasley’s for Viper and Hellcat

“Originally, Kawasaki wanted to test out our Matte products, which they currently use, but they became really excited about our glossy Nano-Resin and Final Finish products,” said Dr. Beasley’s Director of Operations Andrew Donovan, in the release. “Highly reflective paint surfaces tend to show scratches more easily and our products have all the features necessary to protect a finish as unique as their new highly reflective Silver Mirror Paint.”

Dr. Beasley’s was also recently endorsed by Chrysler for its 2014 SRT Viper and 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, reported the release.

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