Matte Body Wash is the first ever premium matte car wash soap specifically designed for flat paint. Most soaps contain glossing agents and light fillers to produce a shine after the car has been rinsed and dried. Matte Body Wash, however, maintains your paint's uniform, muted sheen. Keep your matte car as clean as the day you bought it.
- Contains no glossing agents or light fillers
- pH balanced to preserve paint protectants
- Environmentally safe
- Works on matte vinyl wraps
Why Matte Body Wash?
Matte Body Wash is a car wash soap designed specifically for matte finished vehicles. But why do I need a special soap just for matte?
Keeps Matte Looking Flat
Most car wash soaps are packed with silicones and glossing agents. That’s great for glossy cars but terrible for matte, since those silicones fill in the inconsistencies that give matte its muted look. To get a clean car without messing with your matte, you’ll want to use Matte Body Wash. It’s formulated to maintain the look of matte surfaces while giving them the thorough cleaning you’d expect from a Dr. Beasley’s body wash.
Gentle on Paint and Coatings
Many matte car owners turn to dish detergents to avoid glossing their car’s paint. Problem is, these detergents aren’t pH balanced, so they have the potential to damage your paint and remove protective coatings. Matte Body Wash is made with pH balanced surfactants so you can clean your car knowing your paint is safe. And if you have Matte Paint Coating applied, Matte Body Wash’s pH balanced formula will preserve the coating, helping it last as long as possible.
Safe For You, Safe For The Environment
pH balance isn’t just good for your paint – it’s good for your skin, too. Matte Body Wash’s pH balanced formula means your hands won’t dry out or get irritated as you wash – no gloves necessary. Matte Body Wash is readily biodegradable, too, so you can be confident no run-off from your driveway will harm the environment.
How Does It Work?
Matte Body Wash lifts contaminants off of your paint's surface and releases them with a rinse. It contains no silicones or fillers and is pH balanced so your paint won't alter appearance or be damaged.
1. Add Matte Body Wash to empty bucket. (Dilution: 2 generous capfuls of soap per gallon of water used)
3. Thoroughly rinse the vehicle.
4. Begin washing car from top to bottom, section by section. Rinse mitts often to remove dirt.
5. After car has been thoroughly washed, rinse until all foam and suds are removed.
6. Dry vehicle with Platinum Pluffle Microfiber Towel. (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.