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Are Matte Cars Just A Fad?

We’ve been wondering, as matte paint care experts, are matte cars here to stay? Flat Broke As few as 10 years ago, a matte paint job could also be called a trailer park paint job. The flat finish looked like primer. To many, it meant that the owner of the car was financially incapable of giving their vehicle a complete paint job and that the Read More

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Cleaning a Glossy Car With Matte Accents in 3 Easy Steps

We receive tons of questions from customers regarding how to deal with glossy cars with matte accents. People want to know if using matte products to care for the matte accents will damage or change the glossy parts of their car. The answer is no, but only if you use the right tools and methods. Fortunately, we have the knowledge and products to Read More

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We're Recommended! Chrysler recommends Dr. Beasley’s products in their Technical Service Bulletins for use on all Dodge Viper and Dodge Challenger Hellcat matte paints. Why? All of our matte care products have been extensively tested to keep your matte paint clean and safeguarded without adding any shine. We know that new matte car owners can Read More

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Chrysler Recommends Dr. Beasley’s for Matte Dodge Viper SRT and Challenger SRT Hellcat

Joining the ranks of a few other car manufacturers, Dodge of Chrysler has released the Viper SRT and Challenger SRT Hellcat in matte finishes. In their service bulletin they've recommended Dr. Beasley's matte finish products to safely clean and protect these matte finishes. Over time these matte surfaces can spot and fade causing irreversible Read More

Hyundai, Veloster, Matte Blue, Matte Paint Prescription

Matte Blue Hyundai Veloster is Sponsored by Dr. Beasley’s

    We here at Dr. Beasley's are proud to announce another year of a great partnership with Hyundai! Just last week at the Chicago Auto Show, Hyundai unveiled their newest factory matte finish, Matte Blue. Hyundai now has two matte finish options for the Veloster, grey and blue. Each vehicle painted in one of these finishes will Read More

Matte, Satin, Detailing, Protecting

20 Photos Showing a Matte Grey Mercedes Being Detailed

A customer of ours is an enthusiast when it comes to cars, especially matte grey Mercedes. This Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series was shipped over seas and it was exposed to plenty of contaminants.  Not a problem because it was brought straight to us to do all the unveiling, cleaning, and protecting.   View the process here and if you have Read More

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How to Take Care of Matte Vinyl Wraps

Taking care of matte wraps isn't all that different than taking care of a matte painted car. The surface needs to be cleaned and you don't want to add a shine. It's not difficult or meticulous, it's just a frequent car wash routine and a particular set of products. Let's Start With the Products... With any matte surface you're simply trying Read More

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How to Detail a Matte Car using the Matte Paint Prescription

Many of our customers buy our Matte Paint Prescription so that they have everything they need to take care of their matte vehicle. But once it arrives on their doorstep the question usually arises - "Now what?" While we tend to think that detailing a matte finished vehicle is easier than a glossy one, it's still useful to have a step by step guide Read More

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Removing Overspray from a Matte Black Harley Davidson

Overspray from a construction site littered a matte black Harley Davidson the other day. Needless to say, that's no way to ride around the city and show off such an awesome bike.  Luckily we got our hands on the bike and were able to restore it back to it's original clean factory look. Contaminants like overspray, sap, road grime, and tar are Read More

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Microfiber Towels: Picking, Using, Cleaning

It's hard to find any detailer worth his or her salt who's not using microfiber towels nowadays.  It's the detailing industry standard and so far the best tool around for cleaning/drying a car.  We'll discuss the reasons microfiber towels are so important and the best practices for using them in the detailing industry. It isn't new information Read More