Beats-um-All Car Care - The Finest Carnauba Products Anywhere.
For nearly 50 years car racing professionals and car show enthusiasts have added one product to their arsenal that has allowed them to gain the competitive edge and get them into the WInner's Circle. That product is Beats-um-all.
Beats-um-all has won more trophies for more car owners over its history than can be accurately counted. The owners walking away with their prized trophies know what helped get them there. And for over 47 years their secret has been mostly that - a secret. And these champions haven’t told to many people, either.
Because they are competitive. They don’t want others beating their edge. They don’t anyone knowing what they know.
They found out Beats-um-All and This-Iz-It are the best products on the market and they keep this secret weapon to themselves.
Problem is people found out anyway. So now we have been around 47+ years and the product is really starting to grow legs. People found out that Beats-um-All is made from the purest Carnuba wax. It contains no silicones, abrasives, Teflon, polymers, etc. How could it? It’s made from the purest Carnuba wax, period.
Which is why it doesn’t say on the bottle “Shake well before using or do not apply in direct sunlight or keep from freezing or dry to a haze.” Simply because all those other brands have things in them have no business being on your car.
And this is the first bumper to bumper car wax that is not only safe, but good for every finish. Fiberglass, your windows, plastic mirror covers, any type of metal, everything. And after applying Beats-um-All and then a coat of This-Iz-It you have armor plated your precious vehicle against ultraviolet rays, acid rain, bird droppings, tree sap, tar and more.
In fact, Beats-um-All products are safer than rain for your car’s finish.
So if you can use water on your vehicle, than you should be using Beat-um-All. Just think what you have invested in your car. Isn’t it worth spending a little extra to protect that investment?
Get it today, your car isn’t protected until you do.