Eliminates The Toughest Contaminants
Matte Paint Cleanser breaks down the most stubborn messes, making it so even tough stains can be wiped away with ease.
Restores Matte Appearance
With its matte-safe formulation, Matte Paint Cleanser removes messes without altering the finish in anyway. It’ll look as good as new.
Cleans Wide Array of Messes
Use Matte Paint Cleanser to remove bird droppings, insect remains, tree sap, road tar, overspray, adhesive and even misapplied wax.
Great Spot Cleaner After Wash
Washes are great for loose contaminants but they can leave more stubborn messes behind. Use Matte Paint Cleanser after to spot clean anything that was missed.
Works on Satin & Glossy Paint Too
Because it’s designed to maintain finishes as-is, Matte Paint Cleanser works just as well on contaminated satin and glossy paint.
Aids In Matte Nanocoating Prep
Before you decontaminate with Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon, use Matte Paint Cleanser to spot clean any remaining surface contaminants. You’ll get a more durable coating bond.
How Does It Work?
Matte Paint Cleanser bonds with contaminants to break them down at the molecular level. Once broken down, the contaminant can be easily removed with a microfiber towel.
1. Out of direct sunlight, spray on to contaminated area.
2. Let sit for 10-15 seconds, then wipe down with a clean microfiber towel.
3. If contaminate remains, additional applications/more dwell time may be necessary. Do not allow product to dry.
Do not allow product to dry on surface.
Do not allow product to freeze.
Do not apply in direct sunlight.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface.
Do not scrub or use unnecessary pressure when wiping down.
Product can remove some nanocoatings. If applied to a surface coated with Matte Paint Coating, rinse and reapply coating after use.