Dr. Beasley’s MATTE BODY WASH is a matte and satin finish-safe wash soap, formulated without wax, paraffin, silicones, or fillers to preserve the finish in factory condition. Utilizes active surfactants to lift out and remove contamination, cleaning the paint to help maintain an even, healthy finish.
No-filler formulation preserves factory appearance with no shine or gloss added
Active surfactants lift out and remove contamination for a cleaner, healthier finish
Appearance-preserving formula works with satin and glossy paint
Features multi-substrate compatibility to be safe on matte wraps and film
CLEANS WITHOUT SHINE
- No Added Gloss - Unlike most car wash soaps, Matte Body Wash is formulated with absolutely no fillers, silicones, waxes or paraffin so your matte finish stays flat.
Works on Wraps/PPF - You can also use Matte Body Wash to clean matte-finished vinyl wraps and paint protection film—not just paint!
- Active Contaminant Removal - Matte Body Wash’s active surfactants pull and lift out loose bits of gunk for more effective cleaning and healthier paint.
- Great For Foam Guns & Cannons - Go ahead and load up your foamer of choice with Matte Body Wash, then watch the suds go.
- Compatible With All Finishes - Because Matte Body Wash preserves finish appearance, it’s totally safe to use on glossy paint in addition to matte and satin.
- Maintains Matte Nanocoatings - Matte Body Wash keeps Dr. Beasley’s Matte Paint Coating or Matte Paint Coating Pro clean for better protection.
Add Matte Body Wash to empty bucket. (Dilution: 2 generous capfuls of soap per gallon of water used)
2. Add water and agitate with wash pad to generate suds.
3. Thoroughly rinse the vehicle.
4. Begin washing car from top to bottom, section by section. Rinse wash pads often to remove dirt.
5. After car has been thoroughly washed, rinse until all foam and suds are removed.
6. Dry vehicle with soft, clean microfiber towels. (If following with Matte Paint Coating do not dry)
Tip: Wash car at least twice per month to keep finish clean.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface.