You just got a brand new car with a sweet looking matte finish and a bird promptly craps on the hood. What to do? Most detailing sprays designed for this type of situation will actually damage matte paint. They are full of silicones and other ingredients intended to make your car shiny. These ingredients can fill in the tiny imperfections of matte paint and create a splotchy, uneven surface. Matte Final Finish contains none of these chemicals because it is designed to do light cleaning on your paint surface while maintaining an even, uniform look. So next time you need something to take care of an unfortunate accident on your flat paint finish, reach for Matte Final Finish.
Matte Final Finish has a pH balanced formula, so it won’t strip protectants, including Matte Paint Coating. It’s specifically designed to clean up dust, smudges, and other minor surface issues while leaving your paint protection intact. You’ll never have to worry about removing your paint protectant just because you want to wipe up a few fingerprints.
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Dr. Beasley's Matte Final Finish - 12 oz
1. Identify lightly soiled area of vehicle. This may include dust, bird droppings, or finger prints.
2. Mist the area with Matte Final Finish.
3. Wipe gently with a microfiber cloth in long horizontal strokes to remove the product.
4. Continue around the vehicle until all problems have been addressed.
5. Matte Final Finish is not a replacement for Matte Paint Cleanser. It will not remove embedded debris, staining, or etching.
Tip: Always keep Matte Final Finish handy. You never know when you’ll run into messes.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface.