When decontaminations matte(ers)
Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon is the like the Defcon 5 for matte decontamination. Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon removes contaminants embedded in the car’s matte paint such as iron, brake dust and industrial fallout. Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon also prevents oxidation from happening and creates a bond in the car’s coat that is optimum, durable and long-lasting. Save time and extra effort with Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon as it saves you the time it you would normally take you to clay, as this product doesn’t have a need for additional claying. And as the name would suggest, Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon is 100% safe to use on matte finishes and keep the factory appearance.
If a car has been neglected, whether it is due to a lack of time to detail or perhaps a long road trip or time away from the car, it is likely that the car is crawling with contaminants. Claying is a great way to rid your car of these pests, but sometime claying can be a longer process then one would like, and even claying isn’t a perfect procedure. Something clay can cause additional scratches when it tries to dig into set-on contaminates. Save that time and still remove the harmful contaminants with a product that is safe to use on matte finishes. Do all this with Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon.
First and foremost, Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon removes contaminants implanted in the car’s matte paint. Contaminants such as deep grime, road film and other environmental factors. All these contaminants dig deep into your car’s surface and if not properly taken care of before a nanocoating is applied, these contaminants are there to stay. If a nanocoating is applied while there is still set in contaminants, the nanocoating will surely lock them there for good. Goodbye to a shining, sleek car. Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon removes these hazards and preserves coat health and strengthens the bond of product to coat for a more durable and long-lasting coating. Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon can get it all out and start fresh!
Iron removal is a big part of Dr. Beasley’s powers. What causes iron to get on your car? Well, iron finds its way onto your car from break dust, other cars brake dust that you encounter on the road, rail dust from trains and industrial fallout (especially if you are in an urban area). Iron is a problem not only because it’s a contaminant infecting your surface, leaving the surface with a rough, messy look, but also because iron particles can cause oxidation. When iron particles find their way onto a car’s finish, the iron causes the material to rust (oxidize) over time and will literally eat through it until holes appear. With Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon you can stop this by removing iron before it starts!
Claying and polishing are crucial parts of the full detailing process, but with Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon you can cut the amount on time you spend claying completely and reduce the amount of time polishing. And let’s face it, that can be a lot of time saved! Dr. Beasley’s Matte Decon decontaminates without the use of clay! As useful as clay is, clay can sometimes cause unwanted scratches and therefore cause you to need more time to polish to get those scratches out. Because Dr. Beasley’s pulls out the most deeply embedded contaminants, you won’t have to clay to even think about causing scratches, thereby cutting down your polishing time.
A matte car usually requires more responsibility because you can’t wax a matte car and you have to be careful about kind of coatings, polishes and washes you do use. Feel safe knowing that Dr. Beasley’s is formulated without fillers and is 100% safe to use on a matte finish.
-Holding bottle six inches away, spray paint surfaces evenly, being sure to get full coverage.
-Let sit for 30 seconds to a minute.
-Wipe away with a microfiber towel.
*Multiple applications and longer dwell time may be necessary. Do not apply in direct sunlight.