We're now carrying a full solution for matte paints and films in the store, we're working with Dr. Beasley's to offer a full solution for owners of frozen / matte paint. From experience, we know matte paint can be a pain because you can not polish it without ruining the finish and if it's coated you're not going to be able to remove it until it has failed. We did a whole series of using Dr. Beasley's products on a black frozen M5, I suggest you check out the series to get an idea for what products should be used on your matte paint. Matte Paint Cleanser is used as a spot treatment on your matte paint or film. Think of Matte Paint Cleanser like Optimum Opti-Clean for matte paint, you'll use it to clean up any spots after a wash, bird dropping, splattered insects & more. It will eliminate nasty contaminants and restore your matte appearance!
Application & Features
Directions for application:
Out of direct sunlight, spray onto the contaminated area.
Let sit for 10-15 seconds, then wipe down with a clean microfiber towel.
If contamination remains, additional applications/more dwell time may be necessary. Do not allow the product to dry.
Dr. Beasley's Suggests:
Do not allow the product to dry on the surface.
Do not allow the product to freeze.
Do not apply in direct sunlight.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with the surface.
Do not scrub or use unnecessary pressure when wiping down.
The product can remove some nanocoatings. If applied to a surface coated with Matte Paint Coating, rinse and reapply coating after use.
Use only as a spot cleaner. For decontaminating matte paint, try Matte Decon.
- Removes tough contaminates
- Safe on matte finish
- Endless uses
- Spot clean after wash
This item is shipped from our warehouse at OGHQ in Lady Lake, FL. Shipping costs calculated at checkout.