AdvanceCoat: Matte is a maintenance booster spray for matte ceramic coatings. But why use a maintenance booster in the first place?

 

Extend Your Matte Ceramic Coating's Life

Like any part of your car, ceramic coatings need proper maintenance to stay in shape. But regular washing can only do so much - if you want to truly revitalize your matte coating, a booster like AdvanceCoat: Matte is the only way to go. Made with the ingredients that make up your ceramic coating, concentrated into a spray form, it fills in the gaps in coverage to reinforce its structural integrity. Apply every 3 months and your coating will stay looking like the day it was applied.

 

Return Hydrophobicity

Water beading is one of the most desirable qualities ceramic coatings have to offer. If you love this effect and want to keep it for the duration of your matte coating's lifespan, AdvanceCoat: Matte is a must-have. Because it contains the ingredients responsible for your coating's hydrophobicity, it reintegrates water beading properties into your coating's surface, ensuring liquids keep repelling from the surface.

 

How Does It Work?

The AdvanceCoat: Matte formula uses a concentrated version of the ingredients that make up our matte ceramic coatings. When sprayed onto a coated surface, it fills in any gaps in coverage, ensuring durability, hydrophobicity and uniformity of color are maintained. Use every 3 months or as needed to keep the desired properties.

 

Dr. Beasley's Advance Coat Matte - 4 oz

SKU: DR-106
C$56.00Price
    • 1. Wash car with Dr. Beasley's Matte Body Wash to remove any loose debris. Dry with microfiber towel. 
    • 2. Spray AdvanceCoat: Matte on a panel. 
    • 3. Using a clean microfiber towel, lightly buff surface. Avoid using pressure. 
    • 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each coated panel. 

     

    Dr. Beasley's Suggests:

    Do not apply to a vehicle that is not coated with Dr. Beasley's Matte Paint Coating or Matte Paint Coating Pro. 
    Test for compatibility by applying a small amount to an inconspicuous area.