Chrysler prescribes Dr. Beasley’s for Viper and Hellcat - Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Chrysler prescribes Dr. Beasley’s for Viper and Hellcat

CHICAGO — The car maker recommends the company’s matte finish products for the vehicles.

CHICAGO — In its corporate service bulletins, Chrysler recommends Dr. Beasley’s Matte Finish Detailing Products for the 2014 SRT Viper and 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, according to a press release.

The bulletins say the company’s matte finish is “different from other automotive paints and need(s) special care to maintain their appearance,” noted the release.

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Traditional gloss paints reflect light, stated the release, while matte finishes defuse it, giving off a flat appearance.

“The Viper and Hellcat Service Bulletins have a long list of ‘do nots’ that include practically every product or technique ever recommended for traditional gloss paint with a clear coat,” said Dr. Beasley’s Director of Operations Andrew Donovan, in the release. “Traditional exterior products contain glossing agents and light fillers to produce a shine. Since matte finishes go for a different look, you need to use the proper products.”

Dr. Beasley’s manufactures products for the high-end automotive detailing market, reported the release. Its products are environmentally friendly and biodegradable.

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