Unlike other paint protectants, Matte Paint Coating isn’t a paste, but a liquid. It utilizes advanced technologies to form a strong bond with the paint which is only a molecule in thickness. This is important because it allows all the tiny crevices and imperfections in your matte paint to remain; preserving the matte effect we all enjoy so much.
Not only is Matte Paint Coating safe for your matte paint, but it lasts for months longer than any wax or sealant would anyway. The bond that it forms with the paint molecules is so strong that it will last for literally hundreds of car washes. You won’t have to reapply to your car for months, meaning you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your car is protected.
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Dr. Beasley's Matte Paint Coating - 4 oz
1. Rinse car with distilled water before applying Matte Paint Coating. Matte Paint Coating should only be applied to a wet surface.
2. Apply 5-6 drops of product onto to a clean foam applicator and begin to apply to the surface. Use overlapping strokes to ensure full coverage.
3. Apply to one panel at a time. Remove with a microfiber towel before proceeding. There is no need to let cure. Add extra drops of product to applicator as needed.
4. Matte Paint Coating can be applied right over emblems, door handles, and badging for added protection.
5. Reapply every 6-9 months, or as needed.
Tip: A little goes a long way. One ounce of product is all that is needed for most cars.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface.